Toyah Cordingley's parents share heartbreaking messages to their daughter about what would have been her 25th birthday – while the hunt for her killer continues
- Toyah Cordingley was murdered on October 21 and a father of three is a suspect
- The parents of Cordingley paid tribute to their daughter on her 25th birthday
- Rajwinder Singh is a suspect after fleeing to India the day after her death
- Detectives are unable to extradite him to Australia for interrogation
Toyah Cordingley's parents have posted a series of heartbreaking tributes to their daughter about what her 25th birthday would have been.
Cordingley was brutally raped and murdered last October while walking her friend's dog, her father finding her body on Wangetti Beach, north of Cairns, in northern Queensland.
According to the police, the murder was & # 39; sexually motivated & # 39 ;.
Rajwinder Singh, a father of three children, has understood that he is a person interested in the case, but allegedly hiding in a Sikh temple in India, and it is unlikely that he will face justice, according to legal experts because of extradition laws between the two countries.
Singh is considered a person of interest and is supposed to have left Australia for India the day after Mrs. Cordingley was murdered.
Her father Troy Cordingley and mother Vanessa Gardiner posted messages on Friday to remind their daughter, while the search for her killer continues.
Troy Cordingley (pictured with his daughter Toyah) placed a tribute to commemorate what would have been Toyah's 25th birthday
& # 39; I feel you with me. Love forever, Daddio, & Mr. Cordingley posted, with a photo of him and his daughter on Facebook.
In the sincere message he wished his daughter, whom he & # 39; beautiful Brighteyes & # 39; had given a happy birthday.
Mrs. Gardiner, Toyah's mother, also posted a comment on sharing photos about their first and last moments together.
A photo of Toyah Cordingley as a baby posted by her mother Vanessa Gardiner on Facebook
& # 39; I remember the day I gave birth to you. So small that you keep your small hand so warm, & she wrote on Facebook.
& # 39; The last time I held your hand it was so cold. & # 39;
& # 39; Today we are celebrating with the usual chocolate-vegan cake that I have made every year. I miss you so much but I know the fairies take good care of you. & # 39;
Mrs. Cordingley & # 39; s father Troy (pictured, paid tribute to his daughter) discovered his daughter's naked body the next morning and a police investigation was started to track down the woman's murderer
Mrs. Cordingley (pictured with her father) was killed in what the police said was a & # 39; sexually motivated & # 39; murder while walking her friend's dog along Queensland beach between 2 and 2:30 pm on October 21
Mr. Cordingley has been closely involved in the murder investigation for his daughter and is optimistic that the murderer will be caught despite the fight to extradite him.
& # 39; India is a notoriously difficult place to extradite people & # 39 ;, said the president of Queensland Law Society and leading law expert Bill Potts Courier mail.
& # 39; It is a very large country, with a huge population, and the legal system is so vast and overpopulated that there are huge delays. & # 39;
Mr. Potts said that the authorities still have to build a strong murder case and put together the necessary evidence such as DNA, photos and eyewitness testimony to approve their extradition order.
Singh's brother-in-law Harpreet Singh feared that in the long run all the legs might not pay off.
& # 39; It's hard to find an Indian in India. & # 39;
Singh & # 39; s brother-in-law Harpreet Singh (photo, in an earlier interview) feared that all the legwork to deliver Singh might not pay in the long run
Despite the potential challenges that lie ahead, a joint effort is being made to bring Singh to Australia.
Indian law enforcement agencies work with detectives from the Australian Federal Police and Queensland.
Singh's family members have also tried to locate the person of interest, indignant that he left his wife and children, who are now facing eviction from their Innisfail home in Far North Queensland.
Timeline of the murder of Toyah Cordingley on Wangetti beach
12 am – 9 pm, October 21: Toyah Cordingley goes shopping at Rusty & # 39; s Markets in the center of Cairns
12:40: She is filmed on CCTV approaching Sheridan Street near the markets
1 hour & # 39; noon: Miss Cordingley goes to her house in Cairns, where she may have changed her clothes before she leaves at 1.30 p.m.
01:20: A family of four is seen with a picnic on the beach of Wangetti. The police have made several requests for them to provide information.
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 in the southern parking garage. She takes her friend's dog shirt for a walk in 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 22: Miss Cordingley & # 39; s father Troy finds her body in the sand dunes, 800m from her car, while she is looking for her with a search
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