The five faces found guilty of killing Rugby woman Gemma Hayter

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THREE of these brutal young faces have been found guilty of murder, while two have been convicted of the manslaughter of vulnerable Gemma Hayter.

Looking at the picture, from left, is Joe Boyer, 18, Chantelle Booth, 22, and Daniel Newstead, 20.

All three were yesterday (Thursday) found guilty by a jury at Warwickshire Justice Centre of murdering Gemma whose found was found on a disuded railway line on August 9 last year.

On the bottom of the picture, from left, is Duncan Edwards, 19, and Jessica Lynas, 19. They were both found guilty of the manslaughter of Gemma.

All five defendants, all from Rugby, were found guilty of a second charge of actual bodily harm in relation to Gemma.

Emotions ran high as the verdicts were read out in court after a seven week trial.

Judge Lady Justice Rafferty said it would be inappropriate to sentence the five at the hearing yesterday.

She adjourned the case for sentencing in the near future.