Man found dead after St Peter’s fatal stabbing

A man wanted in relation to a fatal stabbing at a St Peter’s construction site, has been found dead in Sydney’s south today.

Emergency services were called to the Princes Highway, St Peters about 1pm on Wednesday (6 November 2019), after reports two men had been stabbed.

Officers from Inner West Police Area Command attended, along with NSW Ambulance paramedics. A 76-year-old man died at the scene. A second man, aged 33, was taken to Royal Prince Alfred Hospital where he underwent surgery.

Detectives from Inner West Police Area Command, assisted by the Homicide Squad, established Strike Force Tangent to investigate the circumstances surrounding the incident.

Investigators with the assistance of specialist resources, conducted an extensive search to locate a third man who fled the scene.

About 8.30am today (Sunday 10 November 2019), officers from Sutherland Police Area Command attended a park off Apsley Place at Taren Point, after the body of a man was located.

NSW Ambulance paramedics attended, and the man was declared deceased. He has been formally identified as 49-year-old Vladimir Kondakov.

A crime scene was established; however, the death is not being treated as suspicious.

A report will be prepared for the Coroner.

Inquiries under Strike Force Tangent continue.

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