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MAN PLEADS GUILTY TO MURDER IN GLENROTHES

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A man has today (Friday 16th March 2018) been convicted for the murder of a man in Glenrothes.

Greig Love, aged 20, pled guilty to the murder of Daniel O’Farrell, aged 21, at Glasgow High Court.

O’Farrell was stabbed a total of three times by Love in his upper body at his home in Greenlaw Crescent on the morning of Saturday 9th September 2017.

Love attended Glenrothes Police Station shortly afterwards where he admitted the attack to detectives.

Officers then attended at Greenlaw Crescent and forced entry to O’Farrell’s house where they found him and called paramedics, who pronounced him dead at the scene.

Detective Inspector Stewart Andrew of Glenrothes CID said: “This was an unfortunate set of circumstances and two men’s lives have been ruined as a result.

“The local community were very supportive of our investigation and I want to thank people for their cooperation as we conducted enquiries in the area at the time.”

Love is due to be sentenced at Glasgow High Court on Thursday 26th April 2018.