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Teen quizzed on city stab death.

Byline: By Mark Cowan

A TEENAGER was today being questioned following the murder of a man who was stabbed to death at his Birmingham home.

The 19-year-old was arrested yesterday by detectives at Stechford investigating the death of Jeffrey Parry.

Mr Parry, aged 40, was attacked at his ground floor maisonette in Riddfield Road, Hodge Hill, at 9pm last Thursday.

Mr Parry, who had two teenage sons, suffered multiple stab wounds in what neighbours said could have been the result of a feud.

A 16-year-old boy, who cannot be named for legal reasons, appeared in court yesterday charged with Mr Parry's murder.

His co-accused, Robert Molyneux, 37, of no fixed address, appeared at Birmingham Magistrates' Court on Monday charged with Mr Parry's murder and was remanded in custody.


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Date:Sep 10, 2008
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