The former detective who found Becky Godden after he was led to her body by murderer Christopher Halliwell says he has "no regrets" about his actions despite not following the correct procedures.

Steve Fulcher was found guilty of two counts of gross misconduct in January 2014 because he had not cautioned Halliwell correctly before he gave up the location of Becky's body.

You can read more about Fulcher's investigation here.

Today Mr Fulcher released a statement after Halliwell was finally convicted of Becky's murder - his second murder conviction.

You can read his full statement below:

"I am very pleased that Karen Edwards has finally seen justice done for her beautiful daughter Becky, who was brutally murdered by Christopher Halliwell. She has fought a very dignified battle for the past five and a half years to bring Halliwell to court and she should not have had to. I hope she finds some comfort in this verdict. I thank Karen for her resilience and determination to obtain justice for her beloved daughter. Halliwell is an evil and depraved violator of women."

Former Det Supt Steve Fulcher