Published: Fri, March 08, 2019
Money | By Arnold Ball

Missing Indian-origin woman’s body found in suitcase in Australia

Missing Indian-origin woman’s body found in suitcase in Australia

Her ex-boyfriend, who was killed in a auto crash on Monday a day after Dr Preethi Reddy disappeared, is a suspect.

Investigators found Dr Reddy dead in the bag in her own auto on Strachan Lane in Kingsford east of the city about 9.30pm on Tuesday. CCTV footage showed her going to a nearby fast food joint on George Street around 2:15 am and then proceeded to her auto.

Reddy was attending a dental conference in St. Leonards and last spoke to her family at around 11 a.m. on Sunday, saying she planned to head home after having a late breakfast, according to the police. "As a parent, the worst thing we can do is bury our kids".

Police have confirmed that on Monday night, this man died when his vehicle crashed. "It takes a lot of effort to be a dentist and she achieved it. the family's so proud that they had a daughter like that", Anand told reporters.

The man suspected of murdering the Sydney dentist Preethi Reddy, whose body was found stuffed in a suitcase in her auto parked in an eastern Sydney street, New South Wales, is another Indian-origin dentist and her ex-boyfriend Harsh Narde, police said. "Woken up to tragic news this morning that a dental colleague Dr Preethi Reddy's body was found in Sydney.

Initial inquiries revealed she attended a fast food restaurant on George Street near King Street about 2.15 am that day and appeared to leave alone, walking toward Market Street", a statement by the police read. She can be seen wearing a long-sleeve black shirt, black trousers and black ballet flats.

Dr Reddy's current partner posted a short message along with a photo to his Facebook page.

In a statement released on behalf of Dr Reddy's family, her sister Nithya said: "Words can not capture the pain we are feeling with the passing of my attractive big sister".

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Dr Reddy worked at Glenbrook Dental Surgery in the Blue Mountains, about 70km west of Sydney. "We appreciate your understanding during this delicate time".

Prior to this unthinkable event, she had been the happiest I'd ever seen her - she he was living her best life.

"Words can not capture the pain we are feeling with the passing of my handsome big sister".

"She was a strong girl who loved dentistry".

"At this stage we know they met up in Sydney and now we're looking at all the movements between these two", Detective Superintendent Gavin Dengate said.

Finally, let the police do what they need to do to solve this horrific tragedy.

"Please let her handsome soul Rest In Peace".

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