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Australia Russian wanted over deadly Sydney stabbing found dead in park

12:40  10 november  2019
12:40  10 november  2019 Source:   9news.com.au

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A Russian man who went on the run after stabbing a property developer to death and leaving his son in a Police believe the suspect is known to both of the stabbed men and hitched a ride to Rockdale in the Russian man wanted over St Peters stabbings found dead in park - ABC News (Australian

Police find the body of Vladimir Kondakov, who had been on the run since he attacked two men at a construction site at St Peters, in Sydney 's inner-west, last Wednesday.

The body of a man found in a Sydney park this morning is believed to be that of a Russian fugitive wanted over the fatal stabbing of his boss at an inner Sydney construction site last week.

Vladimir Kondakov was the suspect in the killing of Albert Metledge, 76, and wounding of his 33-year-old son Antony in a targeted attack at the apartment block building site in St Peters on Wednesday.

Today, police were called to a park in Taren Point in southern Sydney about 8.30am where the body of a man was found. He was declared dead at the scene.

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Police have put the public on high alert as they desperately search for a man wanted over the stabbing murder of a property developer in St Peters yesterday

A second woman was found dead inside an apartment building on the same street. "All the information we have at hand would link these two crimes," police Mr Fuller said the stabbing is not currently being classed as a terrorist incident but this would be reassessed as the investigation continues.

Vladimir Kondakov was the suspect in the killing of Albert Metledge, 76, and wounding of his 33-year-old son Antony. © 9News Vladimir Kondakov was the suspect in the killing of Albert Metledge, 76, and wounding of his 33-year-old son Antony. a man smiling for the camera: Vladimir Kondakov. © NSW Police Vladimir Kondakov.

A crime scene was established however the death is not being treated as suspicious, NSW Police said.

Albert Metledge was found dead on arrival at the Princes Highway site when police arrived around 1pm. Witnesses said the attack left Antony Metledge with a knife embedded in his back. He underwent emergency surgery at the Royal Prince Alfred Hospital.

Mr Metledge senior was described as an "accomplished and well-respected man" in a tribute posted on social media.

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Man charged over Sydney Park fireworks .
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