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Clutha crash: Fourth teenager admits breaking into pub

A fourth teenager has admitted being part of the group who broke into the Clutha pub after a helicopter hit the roof killing 10 people.

Billy Jo Revie, 16, pled guilty to breaking into the pub on 17 December, stealing alcohol and charity tins.

The case was continued to another date to allow it be dealt with by sheriff Joseph Platt at Glasgow Sheriff Court.

Sheriff Platt had previously sentenced three other teenagers who admitted breaking into the pub.

Sentence on Revie was deferred until next month and her bail was continued.

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