The guy suspected of killing Queensland woman Toyah Cordingley will be charged with murder hrs soon after his return to Cairns.
Rajwinder Singh touched down in far north Queensland aboard a privately chartered jet on Thursday after shelling out his very first night time in Australia guiding bars following his extradition from India.
Ms Cordingley’s entire body was discovered by her father partly buried in the white sand of Wangetti Seashore in October 2018.
Detective Inspector Sonia Smith mentioned Mr Singh would be formally billed with her murder afterwards on Thursday night.
Rajwinder Singh touched down in far north Queensland aboard a privately chartered jet on Thursday
Toyah Cordingley’s overall body was found by her father partly buried in the white sand of Wangetti Beach front in Oct 2018
He’s predicted to look in Cairns Magistrates Court docket on Friday morning.
‘The murder of Toyah had a major influence on every person and I accept that her family members and pals are still dealing with the loss,’ Det Insp Smith said.
‘Now that the issue is just before the courtroom, I’d talk to that the community not speculate and let the justice course of action to be undertaken.’
Mr Singh, who has been in India because not prolonged immediately after the discovery of the 24-calendar year-old’s continues to be, was extradited from Victoria to Queensland a day soon after he arrived in Australia on a flight from New Delhi.
Detective Inspector Sonia Smith mentioned Mr Singh would be formally charged with her murder afterwards on Thursday evening
Toyah Cordingley (pictured) was just 24 when she was discovered lifeless in a shallow grave in sand dunes at Wangetti Beach in October 2018
The 38-year-outdated previous nurse appeared calm as he stepped off the plane in handcuffs at the Queensland govt airbase in Cairns on Thursday afternoon.
Flanked by four suited detectives, Mr Singh wore gray tracksuit pants, a black tracksuit top and a navy Sikh turban as he was led across the tarmac in 32C heat.
He was ushered into the back of a law enforcement four-wheel travel and taken to Cairns Police Station, exactly where he’s because of to be formally billed.
Mr Singh is not likely to be able to make any rapid bail application owing to the seriousness of the demand.