Three decades after his brutal crime, justice catches up with man who murdered Cambodian refugee, 27, as new DNA tests matched him to semen found on her body

A man who killed Cambodian refugee Ranny Yun in her suburban Melbourne home more than three decades ago will spend at least 17 years in jail.

Meth Mean was sentenced in the Supreme Court on Friday to a maximum of 23 years behind bars after he was found guilty of the October 1987 cold-case murder of Ranny Yun.

The 27-year-old woman was sexually assaulted, stabbed multiple times and had her throat cut.

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