It was the night out in Yorkshire that ended in the brutal killing of a talented Scottish piper by a pair of violent career criminals.
Teenager Craig Hepburn was visiting his uncle in the village of Marsden, when he was stabbed to death. Today his killers were jailed for a total of 35 years. Both were on the streets, because they'd been released early from jail.
Two men have gone on trial accused of murdering a Scottish teenager who was attacked as he visited his uncle in a Yorkshire village. Craig Hepburn had been in the village of Marsden just six hours when he was stabbed to death. Jon Hill reports.
Two men have gone on trial accused of murdering a teenager in Marsden. Anthony Driver 36 and Luke Elliott 21 are accused of killing Scottish teenager Craig Hepburn last year. He was in the village visiting his uncle.
Two men have appeared in court following a double stabbing at the weekend in which a teenager was killed. 19 year old Craig Hepburn from Paisley near Glasgow died following the attack in Marsden near Huddersfield in the early hours of Saturday morning.
His friend Conor Paton who's 18 was taken to hospital with stab wounds. He's is now back at home in Scotland
36 year old David Driver and 21 year old Luke Elliott appeared at Huddersfield Magistrates charged with murder and attempted murder. They have been remanded into custody.
Tributes have been paid to Craig Hepburn who was stabbed to death over the weekend in Marsden. Craig who was 19-years-old and from Paisley in Scotland was a member of the Milngavie pipe band. Craig and his friend were visiting the area when they were attacked.
Two men have been charged with murder and attempted murder over the incident.