The jury was today considering its verdicts in the torso on the moors murder trial.

Mrs Justice Cox sent out the six men and six women to begin their deliberations at 12.03pm yesterday.

They are deciding if lovers Tracey Cameron and Graham Haylett lured wheeler-dealer Leonard Fulbirg to his death almost a decade ago.

Mr Fulbirg, 49, vanished overnight after leaving his brother's Bradford home on the night of Sunday, August 11, 1996.

Cameron and Haylett, both 40, deny murdering him.

Mr Fulbirg's brother, Robert, and his partner, Lorraine Rigby, told the Court they never saw or heard from him again after he set off to meet Cameron at McDonalds in Rooley Lane, Bradford.

The skeletal remains of Mr Fulbirg's torso were found on Oxenhope Moor above Keighley the following March. His body had been chopped up and set on fire. His head and limbs are still missing.

During the six-week trial at Leeds Crown Court, Cameron, a mother-of-three, of Dunsford Avenue, Bierley, said she last saw Mr Fulbirg three days before he vanished.

They met for a drink in Keighley and she dropped him near his brother's home in Coldbeck Drive, Buttershaw.

Haylett, a cleaner, then living at Lansdale Court, Holme Wood, told the jury he never saw Mr Fulbirg after his release from prison ten days before his disappearance.

The jury heard that Cameron and Haylett became lovers while Mr Fulbirg was on remand in Armley Prison for six months.

Cameron had been in a relationship with Mr Fulbirg for three years and they had a child together. The prosecution say that Mr Fulbirg was an obvious obstacle to the happiness of the new lovers.