A man who killed a woman by attacking her with a hammer - has been found guilty of murder.
Danny Williams, 27, of Godric Place in Norwich was convicted by a jury of killing Farnaz Ali, 49 and also from Godric Place.
She died after she was subjected to a sustained assault by Williams in his flat on on July 28th last year.
The court heard Farnaz had gone out for a walk around 7pm after complaining about noise coming from Williams’ flat. When she failed to return home from her walk a few hours later, she was reported missing by her partner.
Williams had left the scene and was spending time with friends in Lowestoft. It was during that stay that he confessed to killing Farnaz leaving her body in his bathroom.
Norfolk Police released bodycam footage of the search for Farnaz
The court heard how Williams tried to burn some blood stained items and a piece of carpet, which he had cut from his living room at Godric Place.
Later that evening Williams and two others friends drove to the Denes Oval area of Lowestoft, where he disposed of a hammer. This was later recovered by police and was believed to have been used in the attack on Ms Ali.
At around 2.30pm the following day one of these friends became so concerned he reported what Williams had both said and done to the police.
The call police made to Danny Williams - the call contains some language which viewers might find offensive.
Williams was later arrested and charged with murder.
Speaking after the trial lead investigator Neil Stewart said Farnaz had been the victim of a senseless, brutal act of murder.
He'll be sentenced tomorrow at Norwich Crown Court