Two Rhyl teenagers charged with the murder of a shop owner have been remanded in custody.
A 15 year-old and a 16 year-old – who cannot be named for legal reasons – are accused of killing 37 year-old Amarjeet Singh-Bhakar from Burnage in south Manchester. Mr Singh-Bhakar died from stab wounds after a disturbance in Prince Edward Avenue in the early hours of Sunday.
One of the youths has also been charged with causing grievous bodily harm against another man. The pair were remanded by Wrexham magistrates until they appear at Mold Crown Court on Tuesday.
Meanwhile, two relatives of Mr Singh-Bhakar were among four men and a teenager appearing in court charged with violent disorder.
Amar Singh (28) of Burnage and Mohanjeet Singh (18) of Kingsway were the cousin and brother of the victim. Sanah Ullah (30) and Ameer Wahid (24) of Chorlton also appeared along with a 15 year-old from Greater Manchester, who cannot be named.
The four men were remanded in custody and the teenager was sent to a youth detention centre. They will all appear at Mold Crown Court on Friday 2nd June.