Sally McGrath Murder Trial

Paul Taylor has been sentenced to life inprisonment for the murder of a Peterborough woman 30 years after her death.

The former builder, who is 60, killed Sally McGrath after meeting her in a hotel in July 1979.

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Man told "you will now serve life in prison" over Sally McGrath murder

A jury at Chelmsford Crown Court found former builder Paul Taylor, 60, guilty of murder after 23 hours of deliberation.

He was found guilty of three counts of rape, one attempted rape and a serious sexual assault, which were all committed in the months leading up to Miss McGrath's murder.

Mr Justice Owen told Taylor:

"You have finally been brought to justice and you will now serve life in prison."

– Mr Justice Owen

Taylor is due to be sentenced tomorrow.

For more on this story see the ITV Anglia website.

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