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Home / Latest News / Cardiff man denies murdering colleague outside Devon pub

Cardiff man denies murdering colleague outside Devon pub

A man has denied murdering a work colleague outside a village pub in Devon.

Scaffolder Jermain Maguire, 22, pleaded not guilty at Plymouth Crown Court to murdering Andrew Wingren in Malborough, near Kingsbridge, on February 2.

Maguire, from Culverhouse Cross, Cardiff, faces a trial expected to last 10 days from November 4.

Mr Wingren, from Penarth in the Vale of Glamorgan, worked with Maguire for the same scaffolding hire company.

Judge Graham Cottle released Maguire on conditional bail until the trial.

Members of both men’s families attended the court.

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