Two men found guilty of murdering Aberdeen oil worker

Two men have been found guilty of murdering an Aberdeen oil worker.

Steven Dickie, Callum Davidson, both 24, and Tasmin Glass, 20, had all denied murdering 27-year-old Steven Donaldson on June 6 or 7 last year.


They faced a single charge of arranging to meet Mr Donaldson at Kirriemuir’s Peter Pan playpark on June 6 or 7 last year, attacking him there, transporting him to Loch of Kinnordy, near Kirriemuir, where he was further attacked with a baseball bat, knife and a heavy bladed instrument, setting him and his car on fire and murdering him.

The jury of eight women and seven men began their deliberations on May 2 and have now returned their verdicts.

They found Dickie and Davidson guilty of murdering Mr Donaldson and co-accused Glass guilty of culpable homicide.

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