Trespassers told ‘be careful’ as killer still visits abandoned old home

A group of trespassers have been warned to "be careful" after they snuck into a killer's home – which he reportedly still visits.

Farmer Tony Martin caught a teenager burgling his property in August 1999. He shot dead Fred Barras, 16, and wounded Brendan Fearon, 29, and was jailed for life for murder in 2000.

However, he had his sentence reduced on appeal to just five years for manslaughter. He was released in 2003.

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Now urban explorers have started creeping into his abandoned house. A video live-streamed to the YouTube channel Ste G on October 26 showed one group breaking into Bleak House in Emneth Hungate, Norfolk, to have a nosy.

The prying intruders then filmed things they found around the property, including fan mail 78-year-old Martin had received while in prison at Highpoint Prison in Stradishall in Suffolk.

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Now, one of Martin's pals and spokespeople has warned the explorers the killer still returns to the property, despite not living there anymore. Malcolm Starr told The Sun: "These people have no right to be trespassing and they have got to be careful.

"What happens if you get another incident like the one that happened to Tony? Tony had a lot of people trespassing before. At the time, he considered himself under siege."

Starr said he hadn't spoken to Martin about the video, but said it would likely "irritate" him.

Cops also issued a statement following the incident. A Norfolk Police spokesman said: “We were made aware of a live stream video on social media from inside the building which is derelict and insecure. No criminal offences have been identified. Trespass is a civil matter."

Martin recently revealed he prefers to stay with friends or sleep in his car following his release but still makes periodic visits back to the property.

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