Lolly’s business partner shot dead

2011-09-28 08:40

Mark Andrews, a former business partner of murdered Teazers boss Lolly Jackson, has been found shot dead in Brackendowns, Alberton, south of Joburg.

According to Julian Rademeyer of Media24 Investigations, police have confirmed that the body dumped near the R59 highway was that of Andrews.

He was shot in the head and his hands were tied behind his back.

The body was dumped at about 3.00am today, apparently near the house where he had been living.

eNews reporter Karyn Maughan tweeted that police have confirmed they are investigating a case of murder.

Andrews was suspected of involvement in the disappearance of Jackson’s attorney Ian Jordaan, Maughan said.

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