A Queensland man who agreed to pay pregnant teen call girl Tiffany Taylor for sex on the day she disappeared is found guilty of her murder.
A Queensland man who agreed to pay pregnant teen prostitute Tiffany Taylor for sex on the day she disappeared has been found guilty of her murder.
Rodney Wayne Williams, 65, picked the 16-year-old up from a Logan motel in July 2015 after meeting her on the Oasis dating website.
The pair drove to an isolated industrial area where "something happened", his Brisbane Supreme Court trial heard.
Traces of Taylor's blood were found in Williams' Hyundai sedan, prosecutor Philip McCarthy QC told the jury during the three-and a-half-week trial.
"On the glove box, on the headrest of the passenger seat ... on the front passenger seat, on the gear stick," he said.
Williams' car was then spotted in the Fernvale area, west of Brisbane, where police have since searched dams and bushland for Tiffany's body without success.
A jury on Friday found Williams intentionally killed the teen.
Justice Anne Lyons is expected to sentence him later on Friday.
More to come.
Source: 9News https://www.9news.com.au/national/tiffany-taylor-murder-rodney-wayne-williams-found-guilty-qld-news/2ba2eaf4-70eb-4e70-bb32-6de14a9f9f62