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Body-hunt man in US.

Byline: JOHN TODD

A MAN suspected of butchering a friend and scattering body parts across a housing estate has fled to America.

Police said last night that "very dangerous" Richard Markham, 27, flew to New York from Heathrow on Friday.

Hours earlier, the dismembered torso of father-of-two Tristian Lovelock was found in Markham's home at Basingstoke, Hants.

An arm was in a nearby garden. The head and legs were in a park.

Carpenter Mr Lovelock, 25, was battered to death.

Cabbie Richard Ketteringham unwittingly helped Markham escape.

He said: "He asked for the best place to get a late deal and I said Heathrow. I saw the news and I felt sick."

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Publication:The Mirror (London, England)
Date:Jun 3, 2002
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