Young Australian Dog walker stabbed to death by Indian Migrant Worker
Nurse Rajwinder Singh fatally stabbed her after being angered by her barking dog
After her family reported their daughter Toyah Cordingley, 24, missing when she failed to return home from walking her dog, a police search was called. The following morning her dead body was discovered at Wangetti beach by her father Troy 800 metres from her parked car, with the distressed dog tied to a nearby tree.
The 24-year-old pharmacy assistant was battered and bruised with ‘visible violent injuries’. An Indian investigation later found that the killer, Indian nurse Rajwinder Singh fatally stabbed Cordingley after an argument between the pair sparked by her dog barking at him. Singh had become “angered” by the dog barking and allegedly “stabbed her multiple times”, Indian Express reported, citing investigators.
He then buried the body in the sand and tied the dog to a tree.
. fled Australia two days later, leaving behind his job, wife and three children.
Tragic timeline of Toyah Cordingley’s murder
12-1pm, October 21: Toyah Cordingley goes shopping at Rusty’s Markets in downtown Cairns
12.40pm: She is filmed on CCTV crossing Sheridan Street near the markets
1pm: Ms Cordingley goes to her home in Cairns, where she may have changed her clothes, before driving out at 1.30pm
1.20pm: A family of four is seen having a picnic at Wangetti beach. Police have made multiple requests for them to come forward with information.
2pm: Ms Cordingley’s 2009 blue Mistubishi Lancer with the number plate ‘TOY 146’ is seen in Clifton Beach, about half way to Wangetti
2-2.30pm: Ms Cordingley arrives at Wangetti beach and parks in the southern car park. She takes her boyfriend’s dog Jersey for a walk on the sand and is not seen alive again
10.50pm: Her family report her missing after she doesn’t return home
7.45am, October 22: Ms Cordingley’s father Troy finds her body in the sand dunes, 800m from her car, while looking for her with a search party
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