By Lorne Gillies
Missing business woman, Lynda Spence’s murder trial is continuing at the High Court Judiciary, Glasgow with witness Colin Stevenson taking the stand.
Mr Stevenson was telling the court of the threats that he received from one of the accused, Colin Coats.
Former employer of the Bier Stube Bar, Glasgow, Mr Stevenson told of the incident where Mr Coats, 42, threatened to burn down the bar.
After being requested to leave the bar by Mr Stevenson Mr Coats went on to say: “Tell him he has made a big mistake this place will go up in flames. Tell him I’m who he’s facing, and who his plas are and I will flush them out.”
Mr Coats is accused of kidnapping, torturing and murdering business woman Lynda Spence, 27, in an Ayrshire flat last April.
Also standing on trial for the murder are David Parker, 38, Paul Smith, 47, and Philip Wade, 42.
All deny murdering Ms Spence.
The trial continues.