Convicted 'body in bin' attacker from Ireland found dead while on the run in Benidorm

SUDDEN DEATH: Torture convict found dead while on the run Photo: Shutterstock

TERI LAU, a 32-year-old convicted of torturing a man in Ireland, has been found dead in Benidorm while on the run from drug charges.
Lau, who was sentenced to three-and-a-half years in prison in 2015 for leaving Adam Robinson beaten, stabbed and bound in a wheelie bin in Ballymena, has died suddenly in Spain.
According to media reports, the criminal’s body is now expected to be flown back to Ballymena.
Lau had been facing drugs charges when he escaped to Spain. A warrant was issued for his arrest on January 23.
The deceased was one of three men jailed for their 2013 attack on Adam Robinson, who was found with satanic-style symbols carved into his head and body. The victim had also been sealed into a wheelie bin before being dumped in dense undergrowth, where he remained trapped for around 12 hours until a passer-by hear his screams.

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