Yorkshire-born triple killer recalled to prison

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A LEEDS-BORN triple killer is back behind bars after he was caught growing cannabis plants at his Bradford home.

Paul Teed, 52, was given a life sentence in 1986 for murdering his father George, step-mother Hilda and half-brother David in Shoreham, West Sussex. He was said to be a misfit jealous of his father’s success.

After serving 23 years, he was on licence and living in Providence Row, Undercliffe, when he was caught growing 11 cannabis plants. He has already been recalled to prison and was yesterday given six months in jail for cannabis growing.