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Northfleet man accused of West Midlands murder

15:21 12 March 2012

Victim Balbir Singh

Victim Balbir Singh

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A 46-year-old man from Northfleet has appeared in court today charged with murder.

Paramjit Singh, of Wallis Park, Northfleet, who appeared at Wolverhampton Crown Court, is jointly accused of murdering father-of-three Balbir Singh, 54, in the West Midlands.

Also charged with murder is Paramjit Singh Johal, of Baldwin Close, Tividale, 50, and Inderjit Singh Dhesi, 31, of Brades Road in Oldbury.

All three were remanded in custody to re-appear at the same court on September 26.

They previously appeared at Sandwell Magistrates Court, in Oldbury, on Friday (9) before being remanded to appear at the crown court.

Balbir Singh’s body was found at the flat in Baldwin Close, Tividale, on Monday March 5.

A forensic post mortem has concluded that he died from multiple injuries caused by being struck with blunt force.

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