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.