Toyah Cordingley: Police confirm prime suspect in alleged murder has been arrested in India

a prime suspect in the long run Queensland The murder investigation in India has come to a halt less than a month after a large reward was offered for his whereabouts.

Toyah Cordingley, then 24, was found dead on Wangeti beach north of Cairns, in 2018 in what police described as a “personal and intimate attack”. She had gone out to walk her dog.

Earlier this month, Queensland Police offering $1m reward leading to the arrest of the prime suspect, 38-year-old Rajwinder Singh, who police believe fled to India. Extradition order is in force from 2021.

On Friday police confirmed that one person had been arrested India on Friday following a “significant inquiry into the tragic death of Cordingley in Far North Queensland”.

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