Addict guilty of murdering pensioner on his own doorstep

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A drug addict has been found guilty of murdering a disabled pensioner on his own doorstep.

Peter Lewis, 68, a vulnerable man with learning difficulties, was stabbed in the stomach by William Jones, 32, in Roath, Cardiff, on 28 April last year.

An "enraged" Jones, carrying a knife, knocked on doors looking for his former girlfriend and her partner.

A jury at Cardiff Crown Court took under three hours to find Jones guilty and he will be sentenced on Monday.

Caroline Evans reports.

Addict guilty of pensioner murder

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