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Toyah Cordingley killed: Rajwinder Singh found in India after $1million bounty hunter reward


The man accused of murdering Toyah Cordingley on a remote Australian beach has been tracked down in India less than a month after police offered a massive $1million reward for his arrest.

Toyah Cordingley, 24, was found dead on Wangetti Beach in far north Queensland in October 2018.

Her alleged killer, Rajwinder Singh, 38, is accused of fleeing to India two days after the young woman’s death.

Four years after allegedly fleeing, he was tracked to a village in India with police confirming on Friday he had been arrested. 

In announcing the $1million reward earlier this month, the largest in Queensland’s history, police said they were hopeful Singh would be found. 

While bounties are usually offered to help an alleged criminal be convicted, police in this case have offered the reward for Mr Singh’s arrest instead.

Toyah Cordingley (pictured) was 24 when she was found dead in a shallow grave at Wangetti Beach in October 2018

Toyah Cordingley (pictured) was 24 when she was found dead in a shallow grave at Wangetti Beach in October 2018 

Rajwinder Singh (pictured), 38, is accused of killing Toyah . The nurse from Innisfall fled to India two days after her death, leaving behind his wife and three kids

Rajwinder Singh (pictured), 38, is accused…



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