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Paris Hotel Death: Suspect’s Car Found

Ian Griffin has been at the centre of an international manhunt since Tuesday, when the bruised and battered body of Kinga Legg was found at the exclusive Hotel Bristol. A Cheshire Police spokeswoman said: “We can confirm that as a result of on-going inquiries made in the Cheshire area in relation to the murder of Kinga Legg in Paris, a black Porsche vehicle has been recovered from a property in Warrington.” Miss Legg, 36, died from internal bleeding the day after checking into the £1,000-a-night hotel alone on Monday, with Mr Griffin arriving separately hours later. The Polish businesswoman’s body was found by a hotel cleaner but Mr Griffin and his car had vanished. Miss Legg’s room was spattered with blood and furniture was smashed, with clear evidence of a struggle, police said. Former model Mr Griffin ran a series of businesses including tanning salons and gadget shops across north west England. He has previously hit the headlines for a product sold by his Gadget Masters company – a pin cushion of Osama bin Laden. But it has been reported his empire failed and he was declared bankrupt in 2006. Miss Legg ran a company called Vegex, which supplies tomatoes to British supermarkets and has a base in Surrey. The couple shared a home in Knutsford, Cheshire, before moving to Oxshott, Surrey. French police said there may have been up to 12 hours between Mr Griffin leaving the hotel in his Porsche and Miss Legg’s body being found in the bathroom of their suite. The manhunt for the Briton initially focused on the French Riviera.


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