The handyman accused of raping and murdering Angelika Kluk left a fingerprint on tape used to gag her, a jury has heard.
An expert told the High Court in Edinburgh that the chances of the print coming from anyone else were about one in a billion.
The trial of Peter Tobin, 60, paused for two days last week after he was taken ill and was taken to hospital.
Mr Tobin has denied raping and murdering the Polish student.
The court heard about DNA evidence apparently linking the accused and the victim. It was suggested that Mr Tobin probably had sex with Angelika, 23, around the time of her death.
The jury was also shown photos of the blood-spattered garage attached to a Glasgow church where it is thought she was attacked.
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