John Monk and nephew Lee Monk charged with murder after attack on Nick Rogers at Wymondham Morrisons

Nick Rogers, who died after an attack at Morrisons in Wymondham.

Nick Rogers, who died after an attack at Morrisons in Wymondham. - Credit: Archant

A 43-year-old man and his 19-year-old nephew have been charged with murder following the death of another man after an attack at Wymondham's Morrisons supermarket.

Nick Rogers, who died after an attack at Morrisons in Wymondham.

Nick Rogers, who died after an attack at Morrisons in Wymondham. - Credit: Archant

John Monk and his nephew Lee Monk, both from Wymondham, have been remanded in custody charged with murdering Nick Rogers, as well as affray, at the store after an attack on Monday night.

They will appear at Norwich Magistrates Court tomorrow morning (Thursday, July 20).

Police have said no further action will be taken against three other people arrested in connection with the incident - an 18 year-old woman and two men aged 41 and 42.

MORE: Detectives questioning two men on suspicion of Nick Rogers' murder following Wymondham Morrisons assaultA Home Office post mortem was held on Wednesday afternoon, however further tests are required before a cause of death is given.

The Morrisons store at Wymondham where a serious assault took place Monday evening <17/7/17>. Pictur

The Morrisons store at Wymondham where a serious assault took place Monday evening <17/7/17>. Picture: DENISE BRADLEY

More than 30 detectives from the Norfolk and Suffolk Major Investigation Team are working on the case and enquiries are continuing to examine CCTV and speak to witnesses.


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Floral tributes have been left outside the shop, which has since reopened.

More than 30 bunches of flowers have been left outside the front of the Norwich Road store, including a bouquet from Mr Rogers' parents.

MORE: Murder inquiry launched as man named locally as Nick Rogers dies after Wymondham Morrisons assaultREAD MORE: One shopper described the shocking moment she saw the victim fall to the floor.

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