Adam Vincent body parts case: five accused of murder

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Police are still searching for further remains of 33-year-old Adam Vincent

Five men have appeared in court accused of conspiring to murder a Grimsby man whose body parts were found in a canal.

Adam Vincent's leg was found at Tetney Lock on 3 March. Further remains were found by police on 4 and 6 March.

Five men appeared before Grimsby Magistrates on Thursday charged with conspiracy to murder and conspiracy to supply heroin.

They were all remanded in custody and are due to appear at Sheffield Crown Court next Wednesday.

The five accused are: Lee Griffiths, 42, Thomas Griffiths, 21, Luke Griffiths, 19, and Matthew Frow, 31, all of Southfield Road, Grimsby; and Mark Jackson, 26, of Wickenby Close, Grimsby.

A sixth suspect, Andrew Lusher, 42, of Welholme Road, Grimsby, remains in custody charged with conspiracy to pervert the course of justice.

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