'Wheelie bin' murder pair found guilty
A man and a woman have been found guilty of the murder of Owen Creaney, whose body was found in a wheelie bin in July 2014.
Stephen Hughes, 29, with an address at Maghaberry Prison, and Shaunean Boyle, 25, of Edenderry Park, Banbridge, punched and kicked Mr Creaney, from Lurgan, in a vicious attack before washing and changing him.
They took him upstairs to a room in a house in Moyraverty Court in Craigavon where he died two days later.
The pair then put their victim's body in a wheelie bin to the rear of the house.
The vulnerable 40-year-old had sustained over 60 injuries.
Mr Creaney's body was later found by police.
It took a jury five hours to find the pair guilty of murder.
On November 18 a hearing will decide how long the pair will spend in jail before they are eligible for parole.