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Dyfed Powys Police have welcomed today's guilty verdict in the trial of John Mason.
The west Wales force thanked Angelika Dries-Jenkins' family and the local community for their support throughout the complex investigation.
The son of Angelika Dries-Jenkins has read out a statement on the steps of Swansea Crown Court following the life sentence handed down to John Mason after being found guilty of murdering his mother.
"Words cannot adequately describe our relief that the jury have today found John Mason guilty of terrorising, murdering and over the following days continuing to steal from our mother...
John Mason has through his actions made victims not only of our mother and her family but indeed those in the wider community. What he stole goes far beyond her money."
On the steps of Swansea Crown Court, Benedict Dries-Jenkins spoke of his family's relief following the sentencing of John Mason who today has been found guilty of his mother's murder.
Justice Wyn Williams has today sentenced John Mason to life in prison for the murder of 66 year old Angelika Dries-Jenkins.
Mason will serve a minimum of 30 years in prison before being considered for parole.
On sentencing Mason Justice Wyn Williams said:
John William Mason has been sentenced to life in prison after being found guilty of murdering 66 year-old Angelika Dries-Jenkins at her home in Narbeth in June last year.
Mason will serve a minimum of 30 years before being considered for considered for parole.
John Mason has been found guilty at Swansea Crown Court of the murder of Angelika Dries-Jenkins.
The jury in the trial of John William Mason has retired to consider it's verdict. He is accused of murderingAngelika Dries-Jenkins at her home in Narberth in June 2011. Mason denies the charges.