Ricci Gallagher death: Richard Glanville faces no further action

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Richard GlanvilleImage source, Getty Images
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Richard Glanville worked for a company which owned Oasis, Coast and Warehouse

Two men who were arrested on suspicion of murdering a man who was found injured at an ex-fashion executive's home face no further police action.

Ricci Gallagher, 46, died in hospital a week after suffering head injuries at the farmhouse in Little Burstead, Essex, in July.

The house belongs to Richard Glanville, 60, who was arrested along with a 54-year-old man from Basildon.

Essex Police said they had been released from their bail.

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Police were called to Mr Glanville's farmhouse moments after a call about a fire

The force said the case against the men was dropped "due to insufficient evidence".

Mr Glanville worked for Aurora Fashions, a holding company that owned Oasis, Coast, Warehouse and Karen Millen until 2013.

Police were called to Mr Glanville's home minutes after Mr Gallagher had reported a fire at his property, about half a mile away in Blind Lane.

Part of the police inquiry was focusing on why Mr Gallagher had been at the farmhouse.

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