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Friday, 27 July, 2001, 15:55 GMT 16:55 UK
Murder accused refused bail
The area was cordoned off by police
Trevor Lowry was assaulted after a night out in Glengormley
A 28-year-old County Antrim man accused of murdering a father of two has been refused bail in the High Court.

Paul Albert Moore from Queen's Avenue in Glengormley is accused of murdering Trevor Thomas Lowry.

Mr Lowry, from Hightown Rise, Glengormley died in hospital three days after he was attacked in the street on 31 March, near the pub where he had spent the evening.

The 49-year-old electrician, who was married with two children suffered head injuries in the assault at Harmin Parade in Glengormley.

Trevor Lowry died after being attacked in Glengormley
Trevor Lowry died after being attacked in Glengormley
Another man is also accused of the murder.

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