Third car at centre of ongoing probe into ‘brutal’ killing January 31, 2019 FacebookTwitterPinterestWhatsApp PACEMAKER BELFAST 29/01/2019 Detective Chief Inspector Peter McKenna speaks to the Media at Musgrave Street Police station on Tuesday. As The sentencing was heard for Colin Horner, 35, who was shot dead in front of his three-year-old son outside a supermarket in Bangor, County Down, in May 2017. The killers of a father-of-two must serve a minimum of 15 years in prison, a judge has said. Alan James Wilson and Ryan Graham Smyth, were given the highest prison terms. Joseph Blair must serve 15-and-a-half years whilst Robert Ralph must serve 15 years. Photo Pacemaker Press Subscribe Today Read the full article. Full story inside this week’s print edition or Login/subscribe to access our Digital Edition & App Login/Subscribe More articles General ANGER IN KIRCUBBIN OVER PLANS FOR CHILDRENS PLAY PARK General TRIBUTES TO DONAGHADEE FIREFIGHTER AFTER TRAGIC PASSING General BALLYGOWAN VET IN LINE FOR WORLDWIDE AWARD General SMUGGLERS OR A LEGLESS BEGGAR, WHAT’S BEHIND THE GHOST HOLE?