ITV Anglia's Malcolm Robertson reports from Norwich Crown Court on the two women jailed for the murder of former bus conductor barry Reeve.
Two women have been sentenced for the "grotesque and incomprehensible" murder of a grandfather from Norwich.
Kelly Barnes, who's 32, and Jodie Barnes, who's 31, will each serve a minimum of 24 years after a jury convicted them for killing of 67 year old Barry Reeve.
TV Anglia correspondent Malcolm Robertson covered the case at Norwich Crown Court.
Two lovers have been convicted of murder after torturing and killing a pensioner and then returning to the scene of the crime to empty his freezer.
Retired bus conductor Barry Reeve, 67, was found brutally murdered in his home in Norwich, Norfolk, in February last year.
Drug addicts Kelly Barnes, 32, and Jodie Barnes, 31, of Bixley Close, Norwich, who were in a civil partnership, had both denied murder, blaming one another for the killing.
A jury of eight women and four men found them guilty after five hours of deliberation
The jury's retired to consider its verdict in the trial of two women accused of beating a pensioner to death in Norwich. Kelly Barnes and her civil partner Jodie Barnes both deny murdering Barry Reeve in February last year.
A pathologist has told a jury that a murder victim could have been tortured before being left to die.
Dr Nat Carey was giving evidence at the trial of two women accused of killing retired bus conductor Barry Reeve at his home in Norwich last year.
Kelly Barnes and her partner Jodie Barnes have pleaded not guilty.