Mobile phone records link a man accused of torturing and killing a financial adviser to the DIY store where he allegedly bought items to clear up after the crime, a court has heard.
Telecommunications analyst Dominic Kirsten, 45, said a phone used by Colin Coats was recorded at a B&Q shop in Paisley, Renfrewshire, on May 25, 2011.
Coats, 42, is one of four men on trial for the murder of Glasgow businesswoman Lynda Spence, who disappeared in April that year.
Coats, David Parker, 38, Paul Smith, 47, and Philip Wade, 42, deny abducting Ms Spence, torturing her for up to a fortnight and then killing her.
Prosecutors claim the men cleaned the flat where she was allegedly held in West Kilbride and replaced flooring to cover up the crime.
They are accused of buying floorboards, nails, paint and other items from B&Q in Renfrew Road, Paisley, on May 25.
Mr Kirsten told the High Court in Glasgow that a phone identified as belonging to Coats is "consistent with being at that location" on the given date.