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DCI Jerome Kent, who led the Helen Bailey murder investigation.

The officer who led the investigation into Royston murderer Ian Stewart has said that following today’s guilty verdict he will be looking into the death of his first wife as well.

Ian Stewart has been found guilty of murdering Helen Bailey at their home in Baldock Road, Royston. Picture: Herts police

Ian Stewart has today been found guilty of murdering his partner Helen Bailey who he shared a home with in Royston – here we take a look back at the key points in the St Albans Crown Court trial.

Royston murderer Ian Stewart with his partner Helen Bailey, who he has today been found guilty of killing. Photo: Alice Boagey.

Ian Stewart has been found guilty by a jury of murdering his partner, Royston children’s author Helen Bailey.

Ian Stewart has been found guilty of murdering his partner Helen Bailey.

The family of Helen Bailey have said that ‘a long shadow has been cast over the lives of so many’ – after Ian Stewart was found guilty of killing the Royston children’s author this afternoon.

Kennedy Court in Fish Hill, Royston. Picture: Google Street View

Elderly residents at a retirement home are still unable to return to their complex more than a week after a burst pipe flooded more than half the flats.

Mitchell Bailey.

Officers investigating the fire engine crash that killed a pedestrian in Royston have today appealed for two possible witnesses to come forward.

A broken toenail and a woman who wanted an escort home are just some of the bizarre reasons why people have called 999 for an ambulance.

Royston murderer Ian Stewart with his partner Helen Bailey, who he has today been found guilty of killing. Photo: Alice Boagey.

The jury has been sent out in the murder trial of Ian Stewart, who is accused of killing Royston author Helen Bailey and dumping her body in a cesspit.

A man who died at the scene of a crash on the A505 near Thriplow has been named as Michael Stiff from Horringer near Bury St Edmunds.

A man who died in a collision on the A505 near Thriplow on Friday has been named by police

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