4 MAY 2007
A jury finds Peter Tobin guilty of raping and murdering Angelika Kluk. The eight women and seven men took just under four hours to convict him at the High Court in Edinburgh after a six-week trial.
23 MARCH, 2007
The trial at the High Court in Edinburgh begins.
9 OCTOBER, 2006
Tobin appears in court charged with Angelika's murder. He faces one charge of murder and two charges of attempting to pervert the course of justice.
7 OCTOBER, 2006
Tobin is formally charged with the murder of Angelika Kluk.
3 OCTOBER, 2006
Due to a medical condition, Peter Tobin is detained in a hospital in London and it is unclear when he will be fit to travel to Scotland.
2 OCTOBER, 2006
Detectives from Strathclyde Police travel to London to interview Peter Tobin.
1 OCTOBER, 2006
The body found inside the church is identified as Angelika Kluk. Strathclyde Police confirm that Peter Tobin has been arrested.
30 SEPTEMBER, 2006
Father Gerry Nugent, parish priest at St Patrick's Church, says he is "utterly shattered" that a body has been found in the church.
2000 BST 29 SEPTEMBER, 2006
Police discover a body concealed within the church where Angelika was last seen. Officers say they have yet to identify the body and a post-mortem examination is expected to establish the cause of death.
29 SEPTEMBER, 2006
Police reveal that the man previously thought to be Patrick McLaughlin is 60-year-old Peter Tobin. They also confirm that he is a registered sex offender.
28 SEPTEMBER, 2006
Police say an appeal for information generates a good response from members of the public. Officers still want to speak to the church's odd job man Pat McLaughlin, who is later confirmed as being Peter Tobin.
On the same day, detectives release a picture of the man known as Pat McLaughlin who is thought to be the last person to see Angelika. The Polish student is still classified as missing.
27 SEPTEMBER, 2006
Angelika's sister Aneta Kluk, 28, appeals for information as fears grow for her safety.
24 SEPTEMBER, 2006
Polish student Angelika Kluk, 23, is last seen in the grounds of St Patrick's Church in the Anderston area of Glasgow.