Two charged in connection with murder of Paul McCauley in Derry

Two charged in connection with murder of Paul McCauley in Derry

Detectives investigating the murder of Paul McCauley in Derry in 2006 have charged two men.

The 38-year-old died last June in a care facility almost nine years after the attack on Chapel Road on July 15 2006.

This evening a 28-year-old man was charged with murder, grievous bodily harm and attempted grievous bodily harm and will appear in court tomorrow.

A 61-year-old man arrested in the UK yesterday has been charged with withholding information and will appear in court on May 4.

And a 27-year-old man has been released on bail pending a report being submitted to the PPS.

One man has already been charged with Paul's murder and another reported to the PPS.


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