A man accused of murdering 83-year-old dog walker Peter Wrighton in woodland near East Harling could enter a plea to the charge tomorrow.
A former soldier from Cringleford accused of the murder of 83-year-old dog-walker Peter Wrighton in woodland near East Harling is due back in court.
While most soldiers who served in the First World War did so on foot, some were mounted in the saddles of bicycles.
The son of murdered 83-year-old dog walker Peter Wrighton has described his father as a “mild-mannered and gentle” man.
A man charged with the murder of 83-year-old dog walker Peter Wrighton, had received an A-grade pass to become a paratrooper and served with the British Army for five years, it has emerged.
He’s completed six tours of duty with the British Army, built up his own business and published a string of books.
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