Today marks day five of Pawel Relowicz's trial for the rape and murder of Libby Squire.
The prosecution is expected to continue at Sheffield Crown Court, where jurors have already been shown extensive footage of the Hull student's final moments, and those of Relowicz, her alleged killer.
Relowicz, 26, of Raglan Street in Hull, is accused of picking up a drunk and distressed Libby in his car following a chance meeting in Beverley Road, before raping and murdering her in Oak Road playing fields. He denies the charges against him.
On Tuesday night, Humberside Police released the CCTV footage already shown to jurors, including clips of Libby arriving at Welly club, Relowicz at Tesco, and the moment the prosecution say he finally intercepted her. You can watch those videos here and here.
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The prosecution outlined how over two hours of CCTV footage were pieced together by police to show the twisted and meandering route he took through the city's streets, which they say showed him patrolling the area looking for an opportunity to offend.
The prosecution say he "intercepted" Libby after spotting her at the junction between Beverley Road and Haworth Street before driving her to the playing fields, adjacent to the River Hull, where it is alleged he raped and killed her.
Libby's body was found in the Humber Estuary close to Spurn Point on March 20. For the latest updates from court follow our blog below.
'Our for a run'
In the second police interview the following day, Relowicz was asked: “Are you responsible for kidnapping Libby Squire?”
You can read what was said here.
Two police interviews were conducted. In his first interview, Relowicz was told by a Detective Constable: “The purpose of this interview is to ask you some urgent questions.
“I’m now showing you a picture of Libby Squire. Is she alive?”
Relowicz replied: “I don’t know how am I supposed to know?”
He was asked, “Where is she now?”
Relowicz replied: “I don’t know I didn’t abduct her.”
Recap from yesterday
The court heard details of Relowicz's arrest and police interviews.
PC Trevor Harling said in a statement that was read to the court: “I was on duty in plain clothes working as part of the proactive team.
“I attended 24 Raglan Street for the arrest of Pawel Relowicz and a female opened the door. I asked if he was in and she said: ‘Yes but I don’t speak very good English.’
“She let us in and a man was there and I asked if he was Pawel Relowicz and if he spoke English and he said ‘yes.’”
PC Harling said he then arrested Relowicz on suspicion of the abduction of Libby.
When asked if Relowicz understood, PC Harling said Relowicz replied: “Yes, but I’m scared.
Today's trial is set to start at 10.30am. We will be bringing you live updates straight from the court room.