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‘Larry the Chef’ still in legal limbo over Castlereagh break-in

The man that PSNI sources named as the chief suspect in the bizarre break-in at Castlereagh police station on St Patrick's Day 2002 remains in legal limbo almost three years later.

18th December, 2004

The man that PSNI sources named as the chief suspect in the bizarre break-in at Castlereagh police station on St Patrick's Day 2002 remains in legal limbo almost three years later.

Larry Zaitschek, popularly known as ‘Larry the Chef', is facing his third Christmas away from his son Pearse, aged 6.

Zaitschek has recently changed his legal team and his new advisers are pushing to resolve a case that ranks as one of the oddest of...

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