£300k left in will by Clutha man

A VICTIM of the Clutha helicopter disaster has left more than £300,000 in his will.

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Robert Jenkins, 61, was one of 10 people who died in the tragedy at the Glasgow bar last November.

The dad's will, published yesterday, is the first of the victims to be released.

The document reveals that Mr Jenkins, known as Rab, had an estate of £338,070.

It has been split ­between the two daughters he left behind, ­Rachael and Elaine.

The estate included the home Mr Jenkins stayed in St Leonard's Road, East Kilbride, as well as another property in the town's Glen Urquhart. The homes were valued at £170,000.

The remainder mainly consisted of a sizeable six-figure investments and shares portfolio the gas worker had built up over the years.

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