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Last Updated: Thursday, 3 August 2006, 06:20 GMT 07:20 UK
Third man to face murder charge
Ronald Mackie, 36, was from near Stirling in Scotland
Ronald Mackie, 36, was from near Stirling in Scotland
A third man is due to appear in court charged with murdering a Scottish man in County Londonderry at the weekend.

Ronald Mackie, 36, was attacked by a gang outside a football club before being pushed onto the road, where he was then struck by a car on Saturday.

The man is due to appear before magistrates in Londonderry on Thursday. Two men charged with murder have been remanded in custody. A man questioned over causing death by dangerous driving has been released on police bail.

Detectives investigating Mr Mackie's death have previously released two men without charge and another on police bail.

The victim, from near Stirling in Scotland, was watching a band parade on Friday night before going to the club.

On Monday, police said there had been a row in Tobermore Football Club before Mr Mackie was assaulted on the Maghera Road, about half a mile from the Glenshane Pass between 0145 and 0215 BST.

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