Trial set over murder of schoolboy Jack Frew

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Jack Frew
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Jack Frew died after being stabbed

A teenager is to stand trial accused of murdering schoolboy Jack Frew in South Lanarkshire last year.

Craig Roy, 18, is charged with killing the 16-year-old by repeatedly stabbing him on the neck and body on 6 May.

Jack's body was discovered in a wooded area close to Mossneuk Road and Wellesley Crescent in East Kilbride.

Mr Roy, from Cardross, Argyll and Bute, appeared at the High Court in Glasgow on Wednesday for a preliminary hearing. Judge Lady Clark continued his bail.

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