An "evil" and "cowardly" boy convicted of murdering a mother-of-two and burying her body in a shallow grave in a Lancashire cemetery has been named.
Rocky Marciano Price, 17, can now be identified after reporting restrictions covering his anonymity were lifted by a judge.
The remains of teaching assistant Lindsay Birbeck were found wrapped in two plastic bags in Accrington Cemetery on 24 August last year – 12 days after she went missing.
The 47-year-old was attacked by Price while taking a late afternoon walk in woods near her home in the town.
Mrs Birbeck died from neck injuries inflicted by either stamping or kicking or kneeling on the front of the neck, a Home Office pathologist told jurors at Preston Crown Court.
An attempt had also been made to cut off a leg, possibly with a saw.
The teenager had been on the prowl in the woods for lone women and is thought to have killed Mrs Birbeck shortly after she entered the Coppice, a wooded area near her home.