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Tuesday, 30 March 2010

30-year-old man has been arrested in connection with the murder of Kevin "Gerbil" Carroll in Glasgow.

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The 29-year-old was shot dead in the Asda car park in Saughs Road, in the city's Robroyston area, on 13 January.He had alleged links to organised crime in Glasgow and had survived two previous attempts on his life.The 30-year-old man being detained in connection with Mr Carroll's death is expected to appear at Glasgow Sheriff Court on WednesdayMr Carroll was shot several times while sitting in the rear of a black Audi in the supermarket car park.Guns used in the shooting were found by a member of the public behind Coatbridge library in North Lanarkshire, almost a fortnight later.Detectives investigating the killing have repeatedly appealed for information about a dark blue Volkswagen Golf seen speeding away from the scene.The vehicle, missing the number plates, was later recovered burned out in Yetts Hole Road, Glenmavis, Airdrie.Police also said they were keen to speak to the driver of a white Ford transit van which was seen on Yetts Hole Road at the same time as the Volkswagen was set on fire.

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