A man has been found guilty of the murder of a Peterborough woman 30 years after her death.
Former builder Paul Taylor, 60, who was described during his trial as a "sexual predator" killed Sally McGrath after meeting her in a hotel in July 1979.
Sally was aged 22 when she died, her body was found on March 1 1980 partially buried and naked except for a pair of boots in woodland to the east of Peterborough.
For more on the trial see here.
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