Ex-partner Taxi driver Ben Lacomba found guilty for brutally killing missing Sarah Wellgreen!

The previous accomplice of missing mother-of-five Sarah Wellgreen has been seen as blameworthy of homicide, over a year after she was most recently seen alive.

The 46-year-old beautician had been carrying on with a “glad existence with a lot to anticipate,” however, vanished suddenly and completely in October 2018.


In spite of broad quests over a tremendous territory, Wellgreen’s body has never been found.

The pair had separated in 2014 yet at the same time lived respectively at their home in New Ash Green, Kent, at the hour of her vanishing.

On Monday, her ex-accomplice, Ben Lacomba, was sentenced for homicide regardless of his endeavors to dodge equity.


The 39-year-old, who remained in the dock wearing a dim suit, shirt, and dim blue tie, indicated no feeling as the blameworthy decision was perused out.

It took the jury three-and-a-half hours to arrive at its decision.

Lacomba’s preliminary at Woolwich crown court heard that he slaughtered Wellgreen in a “determined way intended to stay away from recognition, to leave no follow” and to “expel her from his life until the end of time.”

The couple met online in 2004, yet when of her vanishing, their relationship was set apart by “pressures and issues,” the court heard.

They had separated yet were all the while living under a similar rooftop, and it “creates the impression that potential loss of that family home, that property, and his youngsters inspired his activities,” examiner Alison Morgan QC told the jury.

Cab driver Lacomba said he was sleeping in a bed that evening of the supposed slaughtering.

The indictment asserted that Lacomba turned off a CCTV framework in the night and left his vehicle in an abnormal spot so as to avoid the location.

Giving proof during the preliminary, Lacomba said it had been “unordinary and abnormal” when he woke up one morning to discover she was not at home.

A date for condemning presently can’t seem to be chosen.

Neil James, Wellgreen’s accomplice at the time she was killed, said he trusted that her executioner would uncover where her body was. Talking outside the court, James said he was mitigated after Lacomba was seen as blameworthy of homicide.