David Corridon robbery stabbing: Three guilty of murder

Forensic officers approach the house in Norris Green
Image caption David Corridon was found with stab wounds at a house in Norris Green in February

Three people have been found guilty of murdering a man who was stabbed at a house in Liverpool.

David Corridon, 32, was stabbed at a house on New Hall Lane, Norris Green, during an attempted robbery on 27 February last year.

His ex-partner Maureen Smith, 39, and her sister Kelly Smith, 35, both of Toxteth, were found guilty of his murder at Liverpool Crown Court.

Tyrone Griffiths, 34, of Kensington, was also found guilty of murder.

All three were convicted of conspiracy to rob along with Nicholas Nelson, 30, of Kensington.

The jury is still considering whether Nelson is guilty of murder and his brother Willis Nelson still faces the robbery plot charge.

Deliberations will continue on Wednesday.

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