The suspected murderer of Toyah Cordingley will probably never be brought to justice because he has disappeared from the face of the earth.
The 24-year-old was raped, murdered and dumped in sand dunes along Wangetti Beach, north of Cairns, on October 21.
Rajwinder Singh, a father of three, is the prime suspect and thought he had fled Australia to India on the day her naked body was found.
Mrs. Cordingley was killed in what the police said it was a & # 39; sexually motivated & # 39; was murder when she let her friend's dog walk along Queensland beach on October 21
Rajwinder Singh, a father of three, is the prime suspect and thought he fled to India the day after the murder
Even his family, whom he has abandoned, have no idea where he is and the chief police detective admits that he is likely to retire with an unresolved case.
& # 39; We are here staring in blinking horror at the gap that was a big part of our family, & # 39; said her mother Vanessa and stepfather Darren Gardiner about the fruitless manhunt.
& # 39; We don't need solutions except some justice for Toyah and our family. We are not ready to go further or move forward until someone is responsible. & # 39;
The Singh family in Innisfail have been forced to move due to financial stress and & # 39; bad memories & # 39; since he disappeared.
Troy Cordingley (pictured with his daughter Toyah) placed a tribute to commemorate what Toyah & # 39; s 25th birthday would have been
& # 39; Nobody knows what happened to him, & # 39; his brother-in-law Harpreet Singh told the Courier Mail.
& # 39; We are still looking for him, his father is still in India looking for him to turn himself in to the police.
& # 39; He hasn't touched his money, nobody knows, what can we do? & # 39;
Queensland president and leading law expert Bill Potts said that India was a notoriously difficult place to extradite people.
& # 39; It is a very large country, with a huge population, and the legal system is so long and overcrowded that there are huge delays & he said.
Potts said the authorities still need to build a strong murder case and gather the necessary evidence, such as DNA, photos, and eyewitness reports to approve their extradition order.
Despite the potential challenges ahead, a combined effort is being made to bring Singh to Australia.
Mrs. Cordingley (in the photo with her father) was killed in what the police said it was a & # 39; sexually motivated & # 39; was murder when she let her friend's dog walk along Queensland beach on October 21 between 2 p.m. and 2.30 p.m.
Singh's brother-in-law, Harpreet Singh (photo, in an earlier interview), feared that all the work to deliver Singh would not pay off in the long run
Indian law enforcement agencies work with Australian federal police and Queensland detectives.
Mrs. Cordingley was found half buried in the sand with & # 39; visible and violent injuries & # 39; the day after she was reported missing. Police said the murder & # 39; sexually motivated & # 39; used to be.
Her father Troy found her body when he and dozens of locals roamed the area and the police made numerous calls for witnesses and dashcam recordings.
He and Mrs. Cordingley's mother posted messages online in June to remind their daughter of what her 25th birthday would have been.
& # 39; I feel you with me. Love forever, Daddio, & # 39; placed Mr. Cordingley with a photo of him and his daughter on Facebook.
In the sincere message, he wished his daughter the nickname & # 39; beautiful Brighteyes & # 39; had a happy birthday.
A photo of Toyah Cordingley as a baby posted by her mother Vanessa Gardiner on Facebook
Mrs. Cordingley & # 39; s father Troy (pictured, paid tribute to his daughter) discovered the naked body of his daughter the next morning and a police investigation was started in an attempt to track down the woman's murderer
Mrs. Gardiner also posted a comment when sharing photos about their first and last moments together.
& # 39; I remember the day I gave birth to you. So small and hold your small hand so warm & # 39 ;, she wrote on Facebook.
& # 39; The last time I held your hand it was so cold. & # 39;
& # 39; Today we celebrate with the usual chocolate cake I made you every year. I miss you so much, but I know the fairies take good care of you. & # 39;
Mr. Cordingley has been closely involved in the murder investigation for his daughter and is optimistic that the suspected murderer is caught despite difficulty in finding him.
Timeline of the murder of Toyah Cordingley on Wangetti beach
12-1pm, October 21st: Toyah Cordingley goes shopping at Rusty & # 39; s Markets in the center of Cairns
12:40: She was filmed on CCTV that crosses Sheridan Street at the markets
1 hour & # 39; noon: Miss Cordingley goes to her house in Cairns, where she may have changed, before she leaves at 1.30 p.m.
01:20: A family of four sees a picnic on Wangetti's beach. The police have asked for information several times.
2:00 AM: Miss Cordingley & # 39; s 2009 blue Mistubishi Lancer with the license plate & # 39; TOY 146 & # 39; is seen in Clifton Beach, about half way to Wangetti
2-2.30pm: Miss Cordingley arrives at Wangetti beach and parks in the southern parking garage. She takes her friend's dog Jersey for a walk on the sand and is no longer seen alive
10:50 am: Her family reports her missing after she has not returned home
7.45 am, October 22nd: Miss Cordingley & # 39; s father Troy finds her body in the sand dunes, 800 meters from her car, while she searches for her with a search
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