Cash seized from baby killer's home

A LARGE stash of illegally gained money found at the home of baby killer Duncan Mills has been seized.

Naomi Cassidy

A LARGE stash of illegally gained money found at the home of baby killer Duncan Mills has been seized.

Suffolk Police made an application to the court to seize £5,170.15, which was found at Mills' former home in London Road while they were investigating him in relation to the death of his one-year-old son Luigi Askew.

At South East Suffolk Magistrates' Court yesterday District Judge David Cooper ordered the forfeiture of the cash, which was mostly believed to have come from the sale of drugs.


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Mills, 32, who is currently in Norwich Prison after being found guilty of murdering his one-year-old son and inflicting grievous bodily harm on the baby's mother Samantha Askew last year following a trial in February, was not present at the hearing.

Police made the application for the forfeiture under the Proceeds of Crime Act, as they believed the money came from the sale of drugs.

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