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Teen guilty of Tom Webb murder named

Judge lifts name restriction on 16-year-old guilty of murder Credit: ITV News Central

The judge in the Tom Webb murder trial has lifted the order restricting naming the 16-year-old boy convicted of his murder.

He has now been named as Haris Mohammed.


BREAKING: Teen found guilty of murdering Tom Webb

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A teenager has been found guilty of murdering 22-year-old Tom Webb in Derby in January.

Our reporter Peter Bearne has tweeted the following:

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Tom Webb: Jury resumes deliberations over Derby fatal stabbing

Tom Webb Credit: Family handout

The jury in the trial of a Derby teenager, accused of murdering 22-year-old Tom Webb in January, has resumed its deliberations at Nottingham Crown Court.

Our reporter Peter Bearne is in court:

The 16-year-old denies murder.


Appeal after group of men assaulted in Derby

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Police are appealing for witnesses after a group of men were assaulted in Derby.

It happened between Saturday, July 2 at 11.30pm and Sunday, July 3 at 12.45am a group of five white men were approached by two Asian men, near to the Surestart building on Lower Dale Road.

One of the Asian men allegedly produced a stun gun. The white men then ran off.

One of the men was described as wearing a grey hoody and a chain around his neck. The other was described as wearing a padded jacket and had black short curly hair.

Approximately 10 minutes later the group were on Upper Dale Road when they were approached by an Asian man who accused them of stealing a mobile phone. The man was described as 6ft tall, bald and was wearing a brown jacket with a white trim around the collar and was driving a silver Ford Focus.

At around 12.30am the group was on Upper Dale Road when five Asian men got out of a silver Toyota Celica. One of the white men was hit with what is thought to be a golf club and was kicked in the head.

Anyone with any information should contact police on 101.

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