The jury will resume its deliberations in the trial of a man accused of the murders of a vicar in Gloucestershire and a retired teacher in Worcestershire.
Stephen Farrow, 48, admits the manslaughter of the Rev John Suddards but denies murdering the clergyman between February 12 and 15 on the grounds of diminished responsibility.
He also denies the murder of Betty Yates between January 1 and 5. Both victims were found stabbed in their homes.
Farrow, of no fixed address, admits the separate charge of burgling Vine Cottage, in Thornbury, South Gloucestershire, between December 21 last year and January 3 this year. The three charges span a period of eight weeks with "distinct" links between them, the jury were told.
A 48-year-old man has been found guilty for the murders of retired teacher Betty Yates from Worcestershire and Reverend John Suddards.
Jurors in the trial of Stephen Farrow, accused of the murders of a vicar and retired teacher, have been sent out to begin deliberations.
The man on trial for the murders of retired teacher Betty Yates in Worcestershire refused to move from his cell to go to court today.