Anni Dewani's jewellery was found hidden in a shack
JEWELLERY belonging to the murdered bride of a Bristol businessman was found hidden in a shack belonging to a suspect's friend, a court has heard.
Anni Dewani was shot dead in an apparent hijacking of the taxi she was travelling in with her husband Shrien in South Africa November 2010.
Care home owner Mr Dewani, 32, of Westbury-on-Trym, denies any involvement in his wife's killing and is fighting moves to extradite him to face trial.
Two men have already admitted their involvement in Mrs Dewani's death and a third, Xolile Mngeni, 25, is currently on trial.
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This week Western Cape High Court heard from the mother of one of Mngeni's friends that she had found jewellery stashed in a plastic bag, stashed in the roof of his corrugated iron shelter.
The court also heard that a Blackberry mobile phone belonging to Anni was sold to a school teacher by Mngeni, who knocked on her door and told him it was his phone.
A witness whose identity was kept secret told the court he had seen Mngeni with a digital camera which contained images of a couple.
The man said he later saw a picture of the same couple accompanying a TV news report about the murder of a tourist.