Man charged with Gerald Corrigan murder

Family photo: North Wales Police

A man has been charged with the murder of Gerald Corrigan.

Terence Michael Whall (38), from Bryngwran, will appear before Llandudno magistrates on Friday morning, accused of killing the retired photography lecturer with a crossbow outside his home near Holyhead.

Whall was one of four people arrested on Tuesday in connection with Mr Corrigan’s death.

Two men and a women have been released on ‘stringent’ conditional bail following three days of questioning.

DCI Brian Kearney, the lead investigator of what’s been dubbed as Operation Blue Fulgent, said detectives were still appealing for anyone with information to come forward.

Specialist liasion officers are continuing to offer support to Mr Corrigan’s family, including his partner Marie, and his son and daughter, Neale and Fiona.

Mr Corrigan was laid to rest following a funeral at Knustford, Cheshire on Monday.

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