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"Body in a suitcase" murder trial day five - live updates
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- Three people are accused of murdering Boscombe man Geoffrey Reed.
- Stuart Raymond Wareham, 26, of Cecil Road, Boscombe, Benjamin Henry Walter, 22, and Lee Raymond Wareham, 33, both of no fixed address, are accused of murdering Mr Reed, 57, in Bournemouth between June 6 and June 14 last year
- Mr Reed,a convicted sex offender, went missing from his flat in Cecil Road. His remains were discovered in an area of woodland off Huntick Road, Lytchett Matravers, north of Poole.
- Timothy Mousley QC and Simon Jones prosecute.
- Stuart Wareham is represented by Ian Lawrie QC and Timothy Bradbury.
- Lee Wareham is represented by Oba Nsugbe QC and Rebecca Fairbairn.
- Benjamin Walter is represented by David Mason QC and Andrew Baker.
Court finishes for the day.
DC Prince finishes giving evidence.
June 11 - four days later, Lee is spotted on CCTV footage at Poole Library now carrying a black bag over his shoulder.
Court now being shown Lee's return route. He was last spotted heading towards the Lansdowne at 7.16pn on June 7.
We can now see Lee Wareham walking into the library.
At 6.57pm he leaves - having spent two hours there.
We are now being shown CCTV of Lee Wareham walking into Bournemouth town centre.
He can be seen walking along St Peter's Road - no longer carrying either of the two bags.
He is now walking through the central Bournemouth gardens towards the Square.
From the Square Lee can be seen walking up Avenue Road towards Bournemouth Library.
DC Prince he looked through CCTV to try and find Lee making his way from Boscombe to Bournemouth Library but there was none. He thinks that's because Lee took a route not covered by CCTV cameras.
Now see Lee Wareham heading towards Sea Road and San Remo Towers.
At 2.51pm Lee Wareham leaves the flat. He is carrying the Adidas duffle bag and a black canvas bag.
Footage of Lee Wareham wandering around Boscombe. He arrives at the flat in Cecil Road at 9.04am carrying an Adidas bag.
DC Prince is now showing the court CCTV footage of Lee Wareham.
CCTV now shows Stuart Wareham and Benjamin Walter visiting a KFC in Boscombe at 7.43pm.
Stuart Wareham and Benjamin Walter can now be seen at Poole bus station later that evevning.
DC Prince telling the jury about the next piece of CCTV footage which shows Stuart Wareham and Benjamin Walter walking from the farm house carrying a shovel and a fork towards the path that leads to the burial site.
He says the footage then shows Stuart Wareham returning and stopping to wipe his brow before heading off.
CCTV footage has now jumped to Stuart Wareham's nan's farm in Lytchett Matravers.
Court now being shown Stuart Wareham emerging from the flat on the afternoon of June 7 last year carrying a large suitcase outside to where his sister Kelly is waiting in her car.
Benjamin Walter follows him.
CCTV now being shown of Stuart Wareham carrying bin bags out of the flat, taking them to the bin store before returning to the flat.
CCTV now shows him no longer wearing Mr Reed's jacket. He is still carrying a bag.
DC Prince is now showing CCTV of, who the prosecution claim is, Benjamin Walter leaving the flat wearing Geoffrey's jacket.
DC Prince is showing footage of Mr Reed returning to his flat at 11.47am. "This is the last time Geoffrey Reed is seen alive."
CCTV is now being shown of them in a nearby shop buying cigarettes.
We are now watching Mr Reed returning to the building society later that day with Benjamin Walter.
The first piece of footage shows Geoffrey Reed leaving his flat in 15 Cecil Road at 8.33am on June 7 last year, going to the Nationwide Building Society in Christchurch Road, before returning to his flat.
The jury are now going to be shown CCTV footage.
The next witness is DC Mark Prince.
He spent 'many hours' analysing CCTV footage in the case.
Break for lunch.
A text message was recovered from Stuart Wareham's mobile to Geoffrey's.
It was sent on June 10 - three days after the prosecution claim Mr Reed was murdered.
It read: ‘lght mush hows things mate’.
Two entries made on Stuart Wareham’s Faceook page were recovered from his mobile phone.
The first posted on June 7 read: ‘Had a good day with my lovely family hope the night gose well’.
And the second posted on June 9 read: ‘Everyone has a dark side do you love me do you love mine’.
A small number of deleted messages were recovered.
One sent on June 7 last year from Lee to Stuart read: ‘Not sure at mo if i not at urs 2 nite i be there 2 morrow I went home and had a shower and fell asleep got some petrol as well so I can burn the clothes.’
The second sent on June 8 from Lee to Stuart read: ‘Hey bro i put ur bag in wash 2 be on safe side’.
A series of texts sent betweeen the three defendants between 8.49am and 8.54am on June 7, 2012, were deleted and could not be recovered.
Looked at telephone calls and text messages sent/received from mobile phones belonging to the three defendants and Geoffrey Reed between June 3 to June 12, 2012.
Next witness is Olivia Suttle - a Dorset Police crime analyst.
Defence for Lee Wareham is now asking expert Brian Fisher a few questions.
Mr Fisher looked at the records between 1.40pm and 6.15pm on June 7 last year.
He tells the court call records are consistent with Lee Wareham's phone being used in and around the Boscombe area, specifically Cecil Road, the shed at Shelley Cottage, alleyway off Sea Road and Bournemouth Library.
Mr Fisher is explaining to the court how he carried out his survey.
He looked at cellsite signals for locations where Lee Wareham is alleged to have been seen on CCTV on June 7 last year.
These were Cecil Road, Boscombe; Sea Road between Florence Road and San Remo Towers; an alleyway near Owls Road and Boscombe Spa Road; and finally Bournemouth Library in the Triangle.
Mr Fisher looked at text, call, internet data from Lee Wareham's mobile phone records on June 7 last year.
He also looked at the cellsite locations of Lee's phone on the same day - this is the aerials his mobile connected with when making calls or texts or using data.
The first witness to give evidence this morning is Brian Fisher - an expert in mobile phone location known as Cellsite.
Good morning. Paula Roberts reporting on the Geoffrey Reed murder trial at Winchester Crown Court today.