Nigel Clarke murder: Erika Butkeviciene found guilty

CCTV of Nigel Clarke with Stella McNulty and Erika Butkeviciene CCTV of Nigel Clarke (right) with Stella McNulty and Erika Butkeviciene

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A woman has been found guilty of the murder of a man whose body had been stuffed in a cupboard in his flat.

Nigel Clarke, 49, was found dead in his home in Eastfield Road, Peterborough, on 29 August.

Erika Butkeviciene, 47, of no fixed address, denied murder but was found guilty at Cambridge Crown Court on Thursday.

Stella McNulty, 46, of no fixed abode, pleaded guilty to murder moments before her trial last week.

Both women will be sentenced on Wednesday.

The court was shown CCTV images of Mr Clarke with Butkeviciene and McNulty in the centre of Peterborough on 21 August at 21:20 GMT.

Ten minutes later it showed him walking along New Road with McNulty towards his flat.

It was the last time he was seen alive, Cambridgeshire Police said.

The court heard Mr Clarke had suffered a number of fracture injuries to his face and neck as well as two broken ribs.

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