- Video report by ITV News Anglia's Malcolm Robertson
A drug-runner from London who stabbed to death a man at a block of flats in Norwich has been jailed for 20 years.
20-year-old Hassiem Baqir killed Steve Stannard, 38, in November last year.
Mr Stannard was found dead outside his flat in Bowers Avenue after being stabbed six times.
The court were told that Mr Stannard was a Class A drug user with a chaotic lifestyle, and that Baqir regularly travelled up from London to deal drugs from his flat.
It was during one of these visits that Mr Stannard was murdered.
Two days after Mr Stannard's death, a knife was discovered in a bin in nearby Gresham Road.
The knife was seized and tests revealed blood on the blade belonging to Mr Stannard and a DNA profile for Baqir.
Baqir denied murdering Mr Stannard, but did admit to supplying heroin and crack cocaine.
Sentencing Baqir at Norwich Crown Court, Judge Anthony Bate said: 'You are an intelligent man who could have had a bright future had you not been lured into drugs."