Man guilty of pensioner murder

A 32-year-old man from Cardiff has been convicted of murdering Peter Lewis, who was 68 and had learning difficulties. William Jones, 32 and from Adamsdown in the city, stabbed him to death last April.

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Cardiff pensioner 'stabbed to death'

Peter Lewis was 68 when he died, on 28 April 2012 Credit: South Wales Police

A court has heard how a pensioner with learning difficulties was stabbed to death at his Cardiff flat. Peter Lewis was found the early hours, in the communal area outside his flat at Claude Road in the Roath area of the city. He'd suffered a stab wound to the stomach, and later died in hospital.

William Jones, who's 32 and from Cardiff, denies murder. The trial, at Cardiff Crown Court, continues.

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