North East Wales

Rhyl Home Bargains murder jury retires to consider verdict

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The jury in a trial of three Liverpool men accused of murdering a man in a Denbighshire car park has retired to consider its verdict.

Mark Mason, 48, from Rhyl, died after being stabbed at the town's Home Bargains car park on 27 October 2016.

Anthony Baines, 30, denies murder and malicious wounding with intent.

James Davies, 20 and Mark Ennis, 30, also deny the charges.

The jury has been sent home for the night and will return to continue its deliberations on Friday.

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