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Two people who murdered a man in a Northampton churchyard have been jailed for more than 40 years between them.
The pair targetted Jamie McMahon as he made his way home from a night out with friends last October.
The court heard how Mr McMahon was targetted for no other reason than to steal from him. His killers- 20 year old Mark Lewis and 33 year old Michael Francis- got away with just £20 and a mobile phone.
Two men have been jailed for the murder of man in a Northampton churchyard last year.
Mark Lewis and Michael Francis were sentenced to over 40 years between them for killing Jamie McMahon.
Mr McMahon was attacked by the pair in the St Giles churchyard after a night out with friends last October.
Breaking News: Two men have been jailed for the murder of Jamie McMahon in a Northampton churchyard in October 2013.
Mark Lewis, aged 20, has been jailed for a minimum of 20 years, 8 months for robbery and murder.
Michael Francis, aged 33, has been jailed for minimum 26 years for robbery and murder of Jamie McMahon.
Two men are due to be sentenced today for the murder of a 26-year-old man in a Northampton churchyard.
Jamie McMahon was attacked at St Giles' Church in the town after a night out with friends in October last year.
Michael Francis, 33, was found guilty of murder and robbery following a trial at Northampton Crown Court.
Nineteen-year-old Mark Lewis pleaded guilty to the same offences.