Heather Stacey death

Heather Stacey death

Head-in-bag murderer in legal bid for freedom

A SEX offender jailed for life for murdering his fiancee, dismembering her body and dumping the remains is to appeal against his conviction. Alan Cameron, 56, was ordered to spend at least 25 years behind bars for the 2007 murder of 44-year-old Heather Stacey.

Head-in-bag killer gets 25 years, and begs for bereavement counselling

A KILLER who tore apart his dead fiancée's decomposed body and dumped her head in an Ikea bag was jailed for life yesterday and ordered to serve at least 25 years in jail.

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Paedophile jailed for 25 years for Heather Stacey murder

A CONVICTED paedophile who murdered his fiancee, butchered her body and dumped the remains in bags in Edinburgh was jailed for at least 25 years today.

Heather Stacey murder: Head-in-bag killer was on sex offenders list

A SHOP worker who murdered his fiancée and hid her corpse for more than a year before dismembering it and dumping her head in an Ikea bag was on the sex offenders register, it has emerged.

Jury urged to convict severed-head accused

CONVICTING a shop worker of murdering a woman whose severed head was found near a public path was "the only just and proper thing to do", a court was told yesterday.

Head-in-bag murder trial is told how victim met 'creepy' man

A WOMAN whose severed head was found near a public path told a nurse she had met a man through her job who she described as a "creep", a court heard yesterday.

Dog walker tells of her shock at finding severed head in bag

A DOG walker told a murder trial she found a decomposed human head in a bag beside a popular footpath.

Daughter 'never heard of man' who hid mum's body

THE daughter of a woman whose dismembered body was found dumped in bags near a city walk has told a court she had never heard of the man who yesterday admitted hiding her mother's body for more than a year.

Extension for head-in-bag case

A JUDGE yesterday granted time-limit extensions to prosecutors as efforts continue to establish a cause of death for a woman whose head was found in a bag.

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