Robert Trigg jailed for life for killing two girlfriends

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    Image caption Robert Trigg had denied manslaughter and murder

    A man who killed two girlfriends five years apart has been jailed for life.

    Robert Trigg was convicted of murdering 52-year-old Susan Nicholson in 2011 and of the manslaughter of Caroline Devlin, 35, who died in March 2006.

    The judge at Lewes Crown Court told Trigg, 52, he would serve a minimum of 25 years in prison.

    Sentencing Trigg, Justice Ingrid Simler said: “I hope what you will do is reflect on your role… in causing these senseless deaths.”

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    Both deaths in Worthing, West Sussex, were treated as not suspicious at the time but the family of Ms Nicholson refused to accept foul play had not played a part in her death.

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