In Sydney on suspicion of murder with helicopters and special forces searched for the Russians. Found dead (PHOTO)

В Сиднее по подозрению в убийстве с вертолетами и спецназом разыскивали россиянина. Нашли мертвым (ФОТО)

Australia completed a search of a Russian suspect in the murder of Builder albert Melega. He was found dead.The police of New South Wales on Sunday found the body of a man in the South of Australia’s biggest city, reports TASS with reference to the broadcaster ABC.

According to her, the man’s body was found in a Park in the area of Taren point. According to preliminary data, is a citizen of the Russian Federation Vladimir Kondakov. It is reported that the identity and cause of death has not yet been formally established. Discovered the body has no signs of violent death. In the near future must pass the procedure of identification of the body.

According to police, 49-year-old Vladimir Kondakov on Wednesday attacked with a knife on 76-year-old developer albert Melega on a construction site in Sydney. In the attack Metlej died. The orientations Kondakov – man 180 cm tall with a larger build – described as a “great Russian.”

He also seriously wounded the son of a businessman, who was later taken to hospital. During the search, the suspect, the police of Sydney have involved helicopters, officers of the special detachment and dogs, but it didn’t bring success.

Albert Melega was found dead at the construction site on Wednesday 6 November. Next to him with knife wounds was his son in critical condition was taken to the hospital. The police suspect that the attack on the businessman and his son is Kondakov, who some time worked for Matlega and was familiar with it.

Kondakov moved to Australia from New Zealand 10 years ago. It is known that he had no fixed abode, was interrupted by unstable jobs. A year ago, he worked at Meldia and, it seems, conflict was associated with trying to get a job at this time.
The Russian Consulate General in Sydney reported that is in constant contact with law enforcement authorities of the Australian state of New South Wales.