Murderer told he will die in jail
A killer who got away with murder for 28 years has been told he will die in jail for killing a mother and her two daughters.
Tony Dyce, 54, thought he had got away with murder until journalist Peter Law began researching a book on footballer Laurie Cunningham.
His inquiries triggered a cold case police review and Dyce was arrested last year.
He was found guilty on Friday of murdering Norma Richards, 27, and her daughters Samantha, nine and Syretta, seven, in July 1982, at their home in Dalston, north-east London.
Old Bailey Judge Anthony Morris gave him three life sentences and told him it would be a whole life term.