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Lolly Jackson’s alleged killer repatriated

Johannesburg - The man wanted in connection with the murder of Teazers boss Lolly Jackson has been returned to South Africa, police said on Sunday.

“A team comprising SAPS Crime Intelligence, the Interpol extradition team and the department of justice has successfully repatriated George Louca from Cyprus,” said Lt-Gen Solomon Makgale.

George Louca admits to making a lot of money while working with Lolly Jackson, but denies murdering him. Photo: The Star. Credit: INLSA

Louca fled South Africa after the murder of strip club boss Jackson at a house in Edenglen on 3 May 2010.

He was wanted by the Hawks in connection with the murder since then.

Louca made several attempts to evade extradition but he failed when he lost his final appeal in the Cypriot Supreme Court.

“The accused was brought into the country at 7.15 this morning by Interpol and he has since been handed over to the Hawks.

“The Hawks are also investigating other cases to which he could possibly be linked,” Mokgale said.

Sapa

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