It was just another goodbye kiss as my husband Gary left our home in Kilsyth, Stirlingshire, that summer morning. If only we’d known it would be the last kiss we’d ever share. Gary was a fun-loving man who doted on his family. After work he didn’t even go to the pub or the football. He’d just come home to be with me. It sounds boring doesn’t it? But we were truly happy.
TWO men who admitted resetting tools belonging to murdered salesman Gary Linn were jailed yesterday.
THE son of one of Lothian’s most senior civic leaders was today starting a life sentence for the brutal murder of a salesman from which he gained a "pathetic" £2000.
THE killer of tools salesman Gary Linn was yesterday ordered to serve at least 18 years in prison after being found guilty of bludgeoning the father of three to death during a botched robbery.
THE man accused of murdering tool salesman Gary Linn has been branded a "cold, calculating, callous killer".
THE jury in the Gary Linn murder trial was today expected to retire to consider its verdict.
BLOOD found at the house of the man accused of murdering tools salesman Gary Linn was almost certainly that of the alleged victim, a court heard.
A FORENSIC team found blood seeping through the floorboards in the house of a man accused of murdering a tool salesman, a court was told.
A MAN accused of murdering tool salesman Gary Linn told police he was "frightened" to tell the full story of what happened on the night Mr Linn went missing, a court has heard.
A MAN accused of murdering a tools salesman told police he was "frightened" to tell the full story of what happened on the night the salesman went missing, a court heard yesterday.
A DOG walker has told how he found the body of murdered car salesman Gary Linn wrapped in a carpet in the Lothian countryside.
THE man accused of killing Gary Linn, a tools salesman, allegedly made a telephone threat to a main Crown prosecution witness from prison, it was claimed yesterday.
POLICE investigating the murder of tools salesman Gary Linn coerced a friend of the accused into giving evidence against him, a court has been told.
THE trial of a man accused of murdering tools salesman Gary Linn with a hammer was halted because his defence QC was suffering from double vision.
THE man accused of murdering Gary Linn, a car-tools salesman, phoned his former co-accused from Barlinnie Prison and warned him to stay out of the way, it was alleged yesterday.
A MAN accused of murdering father-of-three Gary Linn was seen carrying a knife the day the businessman disappeared, a court heard.
THE Gary Linn murder trial was adjourned yesterday after the death of the presiding judge’s father.
TWO men facing charges in the Gary Linn trial yesterday pleaded guilty to resetting tools.