The family of the nine-year-old Lincoln boy who was allegedly murdered by his grandfather, Grimoldby man Stewart James Greene, have offered their “heartfelt thanks” to those who have paid tribute and given support.
Today (Friday January 2), a book of condolences was opened for Alex Robinson at St Peter at Gowts Church in Lincoln, and his family have said that they have been “overwhelmed” with the tributes that have been pouring in for Alex and the messages of support they have received.
They added that, as they try to come to terms with the loss of Alex, these messages continue to help pull them through.
As previously reported, 64-year-old Grimoldby man Stewart James Greene has been charged with murdering Alex, his grandson, on December 23.
He was initially arrested on December 23 and then charged with Alex’s murder on Christmas Eve, and he will next appear at Lincoln Crown Court on Friday April 24 for a plea and case management hearing.