John Docherty jailed for murder of teenager Elaine Doyle
The man who murdered Greenock teenager Elaine Doyle more than 28 years ago has been sentenced to a minimum of 21 years in prison.
John Docherty, 49, was convicted of killing the 16-year-old in June.
Elaine's body was found in a lane near to her parents' flat, in Ardgowan Street in Greenock, in 1986.
Former soldier Docherty was given life, with a minimum of 21 years before being considered for parole. He was convicted after new DNA evidence came to light.