The convicted rapist accused of killing West Australian teenager Hayley Dodd has been found not guilty of her murder, but guilty of manslaughter.
Francis John Wark, 65, faced a six-week retrial in the WA Supreme Court accused of murdering the 17-year-old.
Hayley was last seen alive in 1999, walking along a road near rural Badgingarra, about 200 kilometres north of Perth.
After deliberating for 11-and-a-half hours, the jury acquitted Wark of murder, but found him guilty of the lesser charge of manslaughter.
Wark was charged in 2015 following a cold case review and had been serving a 12-year prison term at the time for raping a woman he picked up in a remote part of Queensland in 2007.
Hayley's body has never been found.
Outside court, Hayley's mother Margaret Dodd - who has fought for justice for her daughter for two decades - urged Wark to reveal the location of Hayley's body.
"Ideally we would have wanted murder but we got manslaughter, so at least he's not going to get out for a good while," she told reporters.
"I just hope now that he tells us where Hayley is."
Ms Dodd said going through two trials had taken a heavy toll on the family.
"It's been agonising, quite honestly, for the whole family," she said.
"It's not just me, it's my children, it's my grandchildren, it's my great-grandchildren. We're suffering generations down.
"They all know who Hayley is. She'll never be forgotten."
Wark was remanded in custody to be sentenced on April 13.