POLICE have issued CCTV evidence and an interview video that helped prove Corns's guilt.

The first shows him carrying a bin bag containing clothes and other items that connected him to the murder.

CCTV evidence from the morning of Feb 18 played in court shows Corns carrying a bin bag.

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A second video sees Corns carrying the same bag near to where it was discarded as he walked to work hours after murdering Heather.

Police have also released an interview conducted with Corns.

Detective Inspector Mike Buck led the investigation on behalf of the force’s Major Crime Investigation Team.

DI Buck said: “I would like to pay tribute to Heather’s family and friends for supporting the investigation, for their courage and the dignity they showed at court.

"A major part of the trial was CCTV provided by local businesses and private householders for which I am very grateful. Finally I thank the investigation team and the other professionals that have worked many long hours to get justice for Heather.”

Corns will serve a life sentence with a minimum of 17 years.