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Thursday, 21 September 2017

Police resume searches for body of Tyron Charles as James Sutcliffe, 28, of Denholme, appears in court charged with murder

Police resume searches for body of Tyron Charles as James Sutcliffe, 28, of Denholme, appears in court charged with murder
Police resume searches for body of Tyron Charles as James Sutcliffe, 28, of Denholme, appears in court charged with murder




Police resume searches for body of Tyron Charles as James Sutcliffe, 28, of Denholme, appears in court charged with murder


POLICE were today resuming the search for the body of Tyron Charles after a 28-year-old man made his first appearance in court charged with his murder.

Mr Charles, 29, was last seen earlier this month.

James Sutcliffe, 28, appeared before Bradford and Keighley Magistrates’ Courtyesterday to face the murder allegation.

Sutcliffe, of Hillcrest Road, Denholme, was remanded in custody and was due to appear at Bradford Crown Court today for his next hearing.

He appeared in the dock wearing a grey jumper and a tracksuit top.


No plea was entered and there was no application for bail.

Members of Mr Charles’s family were in court, with some in tears.

A 60-year-old man arrested on Monday on suspicion of murder has since been released from police custody without charge, said a West Yorkshire Police spokesman.

Mr Charles was last seen in Denholme on September 6.

As part of the police investigation, extensive searches have been carried out at the outdoor activity centre at Doe Park, Denholme, and a nearby allotment.

A large cordon was put in place over the weekend at the centre and police divers have been scouring the large lake at the sailing centre.

On Tuesday night, a police forensics team could be seen at work at a rented house in Unity Street South, Bingley, where Mr Charles had lived.







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