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Man reported over death of Glasgow actor Hugh Ferris

Category: Scotland

Published: 29th Jun 2012 10:33:45

A 49-year-old man has been reported to the procurator fiscal in connection with the death of actor Hugh Ferris in Glasgow almost 15 years ago.

The body of 58-year-old Mr Ferris was found in his flat in Leven Street, Pollokshields, in the early hours of 12 December 1997.

His friends included actor and director Peter Mullan, 52, who made an appeal over the case earlier this year.

Strathclyde Police confirmed that a report was being sent to the fiscal.

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