A JURY trying four men over the murder of a woman police officer following a bungled armed robbery in Bradford has been sent out for a second day to continue deliberations.
Pc Sharon Beshenivsky was killed and Pc Teresa Milburn seriously injured when they were shot outside the premises of the Universal Express travel agents in the city centre on November 18 last year.
Mr Justice Andrew Smith told the jury of six women and five men that they must take as much time as they need when they retired yesterday in the 10th week of the trial at Newcastle Crown Court.
The court heard the two officers were the first to respond to a silent panic alarm which had been activated by staff.
Pc Beshenivsky, 38, was hit in the chest at close range by a round from a handgun and Pc Milburn, 37, of Birstall, was gunned down in the street.