A man charged with the murder of a financial adviser has been released from custody to provide more information to police.
Martin Fleming asked to be re-interviewed by detectives investigating the shooting of Geoff Kerr in April, the Belfast Telegraph reports.
Father-of-four Kerr, a former adviser with St James's Place Partnership, was shot when he answered the door at his home in Templepatrick, Co Antrim on 27 April.
Fleming, 50, is one of two men to be charged with his murder.
His barrister Joel Lindsay disclosed that he wanted to provide additional information about a crime he has so far denied having any involvement in.
Mr Lindsay said: "The application is that police would pick him up at Maghaberry Prison on Monday (14), take him to Antrim Serious Crime Suite to be interviewed, and be left back to Maghaberry after that."
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