Hours after murder, killers were hawking Mikhail Eno's belongings, piled into a shopping trolley
JUST hours after murdering Mikhail Eno, his killers were trying to sell his treasured possessions.
Anthony Graham, 41, and Deborah Clark, 33, piled Mikhail Eno's belongings into a shopping trolley to sell.
CCTV images reproduced here show the Graham trying to hawk Mr Eno's belongings to an unsuspecting shopkeeper.
Hours earlier, they had tied Mr Eno up with tape and left him dying from the 227 injuries they had inflicted with a hammer and a shovel.
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Graham took a box of nine engraved medals, belonging to Mr Eno and his grandfather, and tried to sell them in Hessle along with Mr Eno's jewellery.
Graham tried five times to withdraw money from Mr Eno's bank account and the CCTV system tracked the pair laughing and drinking whisky in the streets around Hessle.
Businesses in Hessle also provided the police with CCTV footage of the pair before the murder.
It showed them trying to sell Mr Eno's goods before his death in jewellers, second-hand shops and a phone shop.
The couple had befriended Mr Eno and moved into his flat in Gisburn Road, Hessle, but behind his back, they were stealing his possessions.
In the weeks before his death, Graham had already stolen a £250 air rifle, a drill and fishing rods from Mr Eno.
The CCTV system, run by Hessle Town Council, tracked them back to Millport Flats where they tried to hide out to avoid detection for the murder.
But in the hours after Mr Eno's death, the pair were seen to target another elderly victim in the Woolwich Flats in Hessle, where Clark distracted the man as Graham stole his money.
Police finally arrested the drug addicts at 11.49pm on November 9, 2010.