Jordan Glasgow cleared of Croydon stab murder

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Image caption Officers found injured Adrian Young in Whitehorse Road

A 27-year-old man has been found not guilty of murdering a man who was stabbed in south London.

Police were called to Cromwell Road in Croydon on 26 August 2014 to reports of a fight and found Adrian Young injured in nearby Whitehorse Road.

Mr Young, 24, from Croydon, died later in hospital. The cause of death was given as a stab wound to his heart.

Jordan Glasgow, 27, of Silverdale, Sydenham, was cleared of murder by a jury at the Old Bailey on 23 April.

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