court heard. Jurors at the ongoing trial at the High Court in Glasgow have previously been told how Kilmarnock woman Emma Faulds owned a blue BMW 1 series.
The vehicle was examined in September 2019 during the probe into the 39 year-old's death. Forensic scientist Joanna Cochrane today told how she took a 'taping' from a seat lever of the BMW.The witness said this then matched the DNA profile of Ross Willox, 41, who denies murdering Emma at his home in Fairfield Park, Monkton, Ayrshire, on April 28, 2019 by means unknown.Prosecutor Paul Kearney asked: "Could you detect any DNA from Emma Faulds in that taping?"She said "further traces" were described as "unsuitable for interpretation".The trial also heard how Willox's home was also earlier.Read more on dailyrecord.co.uk