Tapak Yates was a neighbor next door and was charged with murder on January 22, 2011, after two days of interrogation.
Here is what is known about the killer.
How was Vincent Tabak convicted?
Joanna Yates’ killer, Dutch engineer Vincent Tabak, was arrested on January 20, 2011, five weeks after his death.
Following another televised appeal from Yates’ parents, he was arrested after an anonymous caller reported him to police.
At the beginning of the investigation, Tabak was originally identified as a suspect.
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He told police that Jefferies had used his car on the evening of December 17, 2010, which was incorrect.
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Where is Vincent Tabak now?
Tapak, 32, was a neighbor of Yates and was charged with murder on January 22, 2011, after two days of questioning.
Vincent is currently serving a 20-year sentence, allegedly in HM Prison, Wakefield, after being convicted of murder.
At the time, Acting Assistant Chief Constable Julian Moss said: “Vincent Tabak is a dangerous, calculating and manipulative man serving a life sentence for the murder of Joanna Yates.
During the investigation into Joanna’s murder, nude photos of children were found on Tabak’s laptop.
“These crimes were not part of the initial murder trial.
“Although he is serving at least 20 years in prison, we found that Tabak was brought to justice for having indecent images of children, so the full nature of Tabak’s insult is on record.” “
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