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First pic of Dundee alleged 'murder' victim as second man arrested over death

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A man whose death is being treated as 'murder' by police has been formally identified as Steven Hutton.The 43-year-old was found seriously injured at a property on Charleston Road in Dundee shortly after 11pm on Saturday.He was rushed to Ninewells Hospital for treatment but died the following day.

Police have confirmed his death is being treated as 'suspicious'.A 39-year-old man has become the second person to be arrested and charged in connection with his death.He is due to appear at Dundee Sheriff Court today (Wednesday). Join the Daily Record's WhatsApp community here and get the latest news sent straight to your messages. A 43-year-old man, Barry Murray, made no plea to a single charge of murder when he appeared in the dock on Tuesday.He was remanded in custody with the case submitted for further examination by prosecutors.Following his death, Steven's mum, Margot Hutton, shared a Facebook memory photograph of her son taken after completing a 10k running event in 2016.She wrote: “This came up today as my memory.

Thank you to everyone who has been in touch with me. “I'm heartbroken so your words mean a lot. Love my boy Steven.” Aunt Fay Stewart commented: “My handsome nephew, just love you so much.”A statement from Police Scotland said: “A second man has been arrested and charged as a murder investigation continues into the death of a man in Dundee.“The 43-year-old-man, who can now be named as Steven Hutton, was found seriously injured within a property on Charleston Road, Dundee, on Saturday, 30 March, 2024.“He was taken to Ninewells Hospital, Dundee, where he later died on Sunday, 31 March.“Following a post mortem examination, Steven's death is being treated as murder and extensive enquiries are ongoing to

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