Murder suspect Rajwinder Singh arrested in India over 2018 death of Toyah Cordingley | 7NEWS

Murder suspect rajwinder singh arrested in india over 2018 death of toyah cordingley | 7news

7NEWS Australia published this video item, entitled “Murder suspect Rajwinder Singh arrested in India over 2018 death of Toyah Cordingley | 7NEWS” – below is their description.

The biggest reward in Queensland’s history has led to the capture of our most wanted man and the hope of justice for Toyah Cordingley.

Accused killer Rajwinder Singh is now in an Indian jail cell. A $1 million incentive for information flushed out the fugitive in the country’s capital.

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