No leads on Andrews murder

2011-09-29 09:44

Gauteng police said they had no leads on who was responsible for the murder of Mark Andrews, a business partner of murdered Teazers strip club boss Lolly Jackson, today.

“Police have no leads at this stage but are still investigating,” said police spokesperson Lieutenant-Colonel Lungelo Dlamini.

According to a report in The Star, Andrews was going to hand himself over to police this week in connection with the murder of Jackson’s lawyer Ian Jordaan.

Andrews’ body was found at about 3am next to the R59 road in Brackendowns, Alberton, yesterday.

A charred body believed to be that of Jordaan was found on top of his bakkie on the West Rand last week. The teeth had been removed.

“At this stage, the killing of Mark Andrews may not be linked to any cases of murder under investigation, but a possibility may exist as the investigation progresses,” Dlamini said in an earlier statement.

Police urged those with information relating to Andrews’ murder to come forward.

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