Arrest Made In England Over Michael Kerr's Murder

Police investigating the murder of Bangor man Michael Kerr last month have made an arrest in England.

A 50 year-old suspect was detained in Birmingham on suspicion of murder. He has been taken into custody at Musgrave Station for questioning.

The pensioner was found dead at his Birch Drive home on Tuesday 19 November.
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A widower who lived his life as a creature of habit, police said Mr Kerr was the victim of a vicious beating.


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