A man who travelled across Europe to kill his ex-wife has been sentenced to life in prison.
47-year-old Lithuanian Rimas Venclovas snatched his ex-wife Vitalija Baliutiviciene from a street in Peterborough. After killing Vitalija he drove her body to Poland, and dumped it in a shallow grave.
Vitalija's family said today that her death meant her son would grow up without his mother, and that a huge void had been left in their lives.
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