A jury has returned a unanimous guilty verdict on a man accused of murdering a disabled pensioner. William Jones, from Adamsdown in Cardiff, stabbed 68-year-old Peter Lewis to death at his home in Roath last April. Today, there were tributes to Mr Lewis from his family outside court - and police released a recording of a phone call in which he tried to get help.
The attack happened in the early hours of 28 April 2012. William Jones had been looking for his former girlfriend and her new partner when he kicked the door of Mr Lewis' flat in Claude Road. Mr Lewis came to the front door and was stabbed, later dying of his injuries in hospital. The pensioner had a learning difficulty and a number of physical impairments, including blindness in one eye and arthritis.