CCTV footage of the final minutes before an alleged murder victim died has been shown to a jury.
The trial of Keith Rizzo at the High Court in Glasgow saw a number of videos played, including one purportedly capturing Neomi Smith walking home from Brechin bar Hudsons just after midnight on June 9 last year.
The footage, which lasts just a few seconds, shows what appears to be Ms Smith walking away from the bar along Clerk Street before crossing the road in the direction of her flat.
The court previously heard how the 23-year-old’s body was found around an hour later in the kitchen with multiple stab wounds to the neck and head.
Her then-partner, Rizzo, 23, denies her murder.
Other CCTV footage shown to the jury included a short clip taken from a camera inside Hudsons.
Police Scotland CCTV co-ordinator Detective Sergeant Ian Borthwick said it showed Rizzo “hurl” a bottle across the dance floor before walking away.
The trial had previously heard evidence from others in the bar that Rizzo had reacted angrily after watching his girlfriend dance with other men.
Mr Borthwick said a video played to the jury from outside Hudsons after the incident showed Rizzo’s cousin Neil Mackie trying to “restrain” his relative, who he said appeared “annoyed at something”.
Further footage was said to show the accused walking towards Ms Smith’s Swan Street property with Mr Mackie soon after, before others taken from inside the Party Time shop allegedly showed the pair outside.
In earlier evidence, Mr Mackie said he left after watching Rizzo “kick in” the flat door and enter.
The full charge states Rizzo attacked Ms Smith, compressing her neck thereby restricting her breathing. He is then said to have repeatedly struck the care worker, originally from Aberdeen, on the head and body with knives.
He is also accused of assaulting Ms Smith to her injury and danger of life between May 5 and June 8 2019.
Rizzo is also accused of assaulting three former partners and threatening another at some point between December 2014 and May 2019.
He denies all charges.
The trial, before Lady Rae, continues.