Anthony Power murder case: Man denies lingerie firm owner's killing

A man is to go on trial accused of murdering the owner of a lingerie firm who was attacked in Sheffield.

Grandfather Anthony Power, 78, was assaulted in High Hazels Park in Darnall last October. He never recovered and died in hospital.

Mr Power, who lived in Bradway, near Sheffield, founded and ran the international lingerie firm Panache.

Imran Khan, 30, of Handsworth Road, Darnall, pleaded not guilty to murder at Sheffield Crown Court.

He was remanded in custody to face trial on 11 March.

Mr Power set up Panache Lingerie in 1982 after working in the underwear business.

He started the firm in his garage. The business has offices in New York, Germany and Hong Kong.

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