Jury finds two men guilty of Norfolk stab murder

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Steven Murphy was found at his Fakenham home with 16 stab wounds

Two men accused of stabbing a 45-year-old man to death in Norfolk in an argument over a woman have been found guilty of his murder.

Steven Murphy's body was found with 16 stab wounds at his Fakenham home in October 2009, Norwich Crown Court.

Andrew Cameron, of Blackpool, and Alexander Dewar, 24, also of Blackpool, had denied murdering Mr Murphy.

The two men were both sentenced to life in prison with a minimum of 25 years each.

The court heard Mr Murphy's mother found his body when she went to his home to take him clean washing on 1 October.

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