News / South Africa

Laura Pisanello
1 minute read
16 Oct 2018
9:42 am

Two women wanted in connection with British banker’s murder

Laura Pisanello

James Starkey had been working in Sandton on a contract when he was beaten and strangled to death in the hotel he was staying at.

Crime scene. Picture: ANA

The Sandton Police Station is requesting the assistance of the public in tracing two suspects for the murder of James Starkey.

Starkey, a British banking consultant, had been working in Sandton on a contract when he was beaten and strangled to death in the hotel he was staying at, reports Sandton Chronicle.

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Sandton police spokesperson Captain Granville Meyer asked for the public’s assistance in tracing the two women allegedly involved in the incident.

According to the Weekend Argus, Starkey’s father Ian has offered a R500,000 reward to anyone who can assist in the arrest of his son’s killers.

One of the suspects wanted in connection with James Starkey’s murder.

One of the suspects wanted in connection with James Starkey’s murder.

Anyone who recognises any of the two women in the photos is requested to contact Detective Captain Magoro on 071 675 6105.

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