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In June 2010, he went to the High Court to complain about media coverage of him, but the court refused to grant him an injunction preventing newspapers from publishing his address and pictures of him.Eighteen months before his rape conviction, Murray received a four-month sentence for indecently exposing himself to a five-year-old girl and a three-year-old boy after walking into the back garden of a house in Dún Laoghaire.After his release from that sentence, he returned to the house in Sallynoggin where he lived with his mother.THE closure of a major high street chain in Clydebank has sparked fears for the Glasgow City Centre branch.The end of Dunnes Stores in Clyde Shopping Centre has been labelled a “big loss” for the town.

In June 2010, he went to the High Court to complain about media coverage of him, but the court refused to grant him an injunction preventing newspapers from publishing his address and pictures of him.

Eighteen months before his rape conviction, Murray received a four-month sentence for indecently exposing himself to a five-year-old girl and a three-year-old boy after walking into the back garden of a house in Dún Laoghaire.

After his release from that sentence, he returned to the house in Sallynoggin where he lived with his mother.

THE closure of a major high street chain in Clydebank has sparked fears for the Glasgow City Centre branch.

The end of Dunnes Stores in Clyde Shopping Centre has been labelled a “big loss” for the town.

“It feels like the shopping centre has nothing left.” While 50-year-old Jim Phillips, from Drumchapel, added: “If the shopping centre doesn’t do something soon then it’s going to lose all its customers.