The court in the case of two people accused of murdering Bristol teenager Becky Watts has been shown footage of an Airbus van that the prosecution alleges was used to transport her dismembered remains.
It was captured on CCTV being driven in the early hours of 24 February - the time it's alleged the teenager's remains were moved to a shed in Barton Hill where they were later found.
A worker from Airbus told Bristol Crown Court he'd overheard Karl Demetrius and James Ireland, who worked for contractors at the Filton site, talk about a job collecting and delivering something. The court heard they would be paid £5,000 for the work.
Karl Demetrius and his girlfriend Jaydene Parsons have pleaded guilty to assisting an offender but maintain they had no idea that the packages contained Becky's body parts.
Karl's twin brother Donovan Demetrius and James Ireland deny the charge.
Becky's step brother Nathan Matthews and his girlfriend Shauna Hoare were both charged with conspiracy to kidnap and murder Becky Watts. Nathan Matthews denies murder but admits killing her, he has also pleaded guilty to perverting the course of justice, preventing the burial of a corpse and possessing two stun guns. Shauna Hoare denies all charges.
The trial continues