Joshua Stimpson found guilty of murdering UKC student Molly McLaren

A man who stabbed his ex-girlfriend Molly McLaren was found guilty of murder today.

Molly, a student at University of Kent was murdered by Joshua Stimpson in a vicious attack at Chatham Dockside last year.

Murdered: Molly McLaren

Stimpson was sentenced to life in prison, and will not be considered for parole before 26 years.

During the murder trial, it was revealed the killer stalked his 23-year-old ex-girlfriend before stabbing her whilst she sat in her car, leaving 75 wounds.

The weapon Stimpson used to kill Molly McLaren
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