A man has been jailed for life after fatally stabbing another man in a botched revenge attack.
Remee Jarrett knifed Reuben Morris-Laing at a convenience store in St Ann’s in Nottingham last March.
At the time Jarrett intended to attack another man called Rakeem Thomas who was also in the shop, but Jarret mistakenly stabbed Reuben instead as he left the store.
Reuben Morris-Laing died after the blade pierced one of his kidneys and part of his liver, and severed an artery. After the stabbing Jarrett realised his mistake and said "soz bro" to the victim before pursuing Rakeem Thomas inside the shop.
Jarrett fled the shop and was caught on camera buying alcohol at another supermarket before going on the run for three days. He later handed himself in, claiming he had a mental illness.
Last December Jarrett pleaded guilty to killing Reuben Morris-Laing and was sentenced today at Nottingham crown court.
21-year-old Reuben Morris-Laing has been described as having "a heart of gold", his family say they are devastated by the loss.