A Melbourne man accused of bludgeoning a Fitzroy shop owner to death before setting his store alight has been excused from facing court due to mental health issues.
Simon Kepenci, 38, is charged with the murder of 62-year-old Fitzroy shop owner Gordon Harvey.
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