Man charged with murder of Corby's Charlie Adair in Skegness
A Skegness man has been charged with the murder of Charlie McGhee Adair.
Mr Adair, 59, was found dead close to a Tesco supermarket in the seaside town on Monday (July 3).
Tonight, (Thursday, July 6), Lincolnshire Police have charged 32-year-old Anthony David Robertson with a string of offences.
Robertson, of no fixed abode but who is local to Skegness, will appear before Lincoln Magistrates in the morning accused of murder, robbery and fraud by false representation.
Three other suspects were released without charge earlier today.
Lincolnshire Police tonight expressed their thanks to the public and clarified the spelling of Charlie’s middle name as McGhee.
They would still like to hear from anyone with information, CCTV or dashcam footage of Tesco car park or the bus station between 12.30am in the early hours of Monday and 12:35pm on Monday lunchtime.
Reports can be made via the dedicated portal or call 101, quoting incident 171 of July 3.