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Killer employee caged for life for murdering Harold Hill’s Evaldas Svolkinas

PUBLISHED: 11:58 22 October 2014 | UPDATED: 17:38 22 October 2014

Andrej Malinovskij is guilty of murder. Picture: Met Police

Andrej Malinovskij is guilty of murder. Picture: Met Police

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A former employee of Harold Hill carpenter Evaldas Svolkinas has been jailed for life today after a jury found him guilty of murdering his boss over a cash dispute.

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The judge recommended that murderer Andrej Malinovskij, 43, of Pheasant Close, Royal Victoria Dock, should serve a minimum of 25 years in prison before he is considered for release.

Malinovskij abducted Mr Svolkinas, 34, of Dorking Rise, Harold Hill, and battered him eight times round the head, leaving him face down to die in a stream nearby his home.

Malinovskij was lead away in cuffs from the dock at Wood Green Crown Court.

For more, read Friday’s Recorder.

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