Main suspect arrested in India over alleged murder of Cairns woman Toyah Cordingley | ABC News

Main suspect arrested in india over alleged murder of cairns woman toyah cordingley | abc news

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The main suspect in the murder of Cairns woman Toyah Cordingley has been arrested in India after four years in hiding.

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