MURDER VERDICT - Dixon’s lies mean we “may never know” the full reasons for her crime, says Police

POLICE involved in the David Twigg murder trial believe we may “never know the full circumstances” behind why Dixon carried out her crime.

Speaking after the conclusion of the Newton Hearing, Detective Chief Inspector Gibbon said, “This has been a complicated investigation, made more difficult by the actions of Julie Dixon who lied from the outset, misleading the emergency services and raising fears within the community of Burgh Le Marsh by reporting fabricated events.

“Even now, she has failed to admit her full involvement in the death of David Twigg and we may never know the full circumstances of why she carried out the actions she did.

“David was a hard-working, respected member of the community whose life was cut short in a brutal way and I hope his family and friends are able to take some comfort from the outcome of the court case.

“I would like to thank everyone who has assisted with the enquiry and who all worked so tirelessly to see justice served”.