Man in court over the murder of a gangland figure's brother

A MAN accused of murdering the brother of gangland figure Tam McGraw has made his first public court appearance.

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Thomas Main is charged with knifing to death Francis McGrow in October last year at a property in Springboig, Glasgow.

The 41-year-old was in the dock on Monday for a preliminary hearing at the High Court in Glasgow.

Main also faces a separate charge of stealing jars of coffee and household items from a shop in the city's east-end.

He is finally accused of breaching a bail curfew.

Judge Lord Burns adjourned the case until a further preliminary hearing next month.

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