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Friday, 26 August 2011

GANGSTER who lost £60,000 in a break-in ordered a revenge hit in which an innocent dad was murdered.


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GANGSTER who lost £60,000 in a break-in ordered a revenge hit in which an innocent dad was murdered.
Painter and decorator Hugh Porteous was at a block of flats when three masked men burst in.
The dad-of-two was only at the building in Greenock, Renfrewshire, to pick up work gear but was attacked and stabbed.
Two other men, aged 40 and 43, were taken to hospital with serious injuries.
Yesterday, sources told the Record that Hugh, 49, had stumbled into a gangland hit.
One said: "There's a big-time gangster in Greenock who is notorious for money laundering and selling counterfeit fags and booze.
"He lost £60,000 in a break-in and ordered a revenge hit on this address. The painter and decorator clearly wasn't the intended target but he got caught in the crossfire."
The Record and the police know the identity of the gangster.
Yesterday, Hugh's family were struggling to come to terms with the killing. He lived nearby with his wife Margaret and is part of a respected family.
Vicious The killers are believed to have escaped along Neil Street into Fergus Road.
The area was cordoned off until Tuesday afternoon while forensic cops combed the scene.
Det Insp Maxine Martin appealed for witnesses.
She said: "We believe the men involved were targeted and it was not a random attack. It was vicious and violent."
Yesterday, the two injured men were "stable" in hospital.

 


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