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DPD murder suspects' phones tracked from Black Country to Shrewsbury, court told

Two gangs who drove from the Black Country to Shrewsbury to allegedly murder a DPD driver were tracked by their mobile phones to the county town on the day of the killing, a court has heard.

Aurman Singh died in Berwick Avenue in Shrewsbury in August last year

Stafford Crown Court was told on Monday, in the second week of the murder trail of five men accused of killing DPD worker Aurman Singh, that two gangs in an Audi and Mercedes had been in contact with each other in the month leading up to the 23-year-old's murder.

Aurman Singh of Topsham Road, Smethwick, died after he was attacked in Berwick Avenue in Shrewsbury on Monday, August 21.

Arshdeep Singh, 24, of Shaw Road in Tipton; Shivdeep Singh, 26, of Greenfield Road in Smethwick; Manjot Singh, 24, of Greenfield Road, Smethwick; Jagdeep Singh, 22, of Goodrich Mews in Dudley; and Sukhmandeep Singh, 23, from Paynels in Orton Goldhay, Peterborough, have all denied killing Mr Singh.

Four other men accused of travelling to Shrewsbury in a Mercedes, Harpreet Singh, Mehakdeep Singh, Harwinder Singh Turna and Sehajpal Singh, remain at large after fleeing the scene.

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