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IN BRIEF: Bakery killing suspect still at large.

THE suspect in the murder of 16-year-old "gentle giant"

Jimmy Mizen remained at large yesterday.

The popular church-going student died on Saturday morning, the day after his birthday, following a row as he went to buy his first lottery ticket.

Three days on, police are continuing to hunt his attacker, who launched an "unprovoked and vicious" assault after unsuccessfully challenging the schoolboy to a fight at the Three Cooks bakery in Lee, south-east London.

Scotland Yard refused to comment on reports that detectives had issued all the country's police forces with an arrest warrant for a young Turkish man, believed to be 19.

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Publication:Daily Post (Liverpool, England)
Date:May 13, 2008
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