Third man jailed over killing of Scots mum in Mauritius
Janice Farman, 47, was killed during a robbery at the home she shared with her young son.
A third man has been jailed after a Scottish woman was murdered in Mauritius.
Ravish Rao Fakhoo was sentenced to 18 years for his role in the death of Janice Farman in July 2017.
The 47-year-old was found dead at the home she shared with her ten-year-old son in the town of Albion and, in October, two men were jailed for murder.
Kamlesh Mansing, 27, was jailed for 33 years and 20-year-old Anish Soneea was locked up for 23 years.
The third man, Fakhoo, pleaded guilty to a reduced charge of causing fatal injury without intention to kill.
Ms Farman, who was originally from Clydebank in West Dunbartonshire, had lived in Mauritius since 2004 and was a director of data management company PECS Data Services.
Following her death, a spokesman for the company said Ms Farman had "devoted her life" to her son and described her as a "great leader".