A man who admitted to killing a Marlow Bottom pensioner in her woodland home before setting her body alight is still awaiting his fate.

Tautrydas Narbutas was convicted of manslaughter on the grounds of diminished responsibility after he admitted killing Albertina Choules in her woodland home in Ragmans Lane.

Narbutas, who is from Lithuania but lives in High Wycombe, denied murdering the 81-year-old, who was hit around the head outside her isolated home in July 2016.

He was set to be sentenced at Reading Crown Court last year but the date for the sentencing has not yet been sent as the court is waiting for some psychiatric reports to come through, a spokesman confirmed today (Tuesday).