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

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

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

According to media reports, police found the dentist's body in a suitcase in her auto.

Dr Reddy has not been heard from since speaking to her family about 11am on Sunday.

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

Just two days beforehand, Dr Reddy's boyfriend had posted a message asking his friends to help in the search for his then-missing girlfriend.

On Tuesday, the police found her vehicle parked in Strachan Lane in Kingsford.

Police said that Preethi had stayed at a hotel on Market Street in Sydney's CBD Sunday with her ex-boyfriend before her death.

Preethi Reddy, 32, was reported missing by her family on Sunday after she did not come home from a dental convention in St. Leonards, a suburb of Sydney, CNN affiliate 7 News Australia reported.

The police said they spoke to Narde, aged in his thirties, as part of the missing persons investigation, before his death.

Her boyfriend was also mysteriously killed in a head-on collision with a truck on the New England Highway, south of Tamworth on Monday night.

The NSW Police described Reddy's disappearance as "out of character" and said there were serious concerns of her welfare.

"Words can not capture the pain we are feeling ... she had been the happiest I'd ever seen her - she was living her best life", she said.

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Police are appealing for information in relation to whereabouts of a woman who has not been seen since the weekend.

Narde had graduated from university in Bangalore in 2009 and was worked at Oasis Smiles Dental in Tamworth.

"We know they are at a conference earlier in the day".

"Words can not capture the pain we are feeling with the passing of my lovely big sister", said Nithya, Preethi's sister.

Dr Reddy had been working at the Glenbrook Dental Surgery in the lower Blue Mountains after studying at a dental college in India.

Inside the restaurant, footage shows Dr Reddy standing alone.

"Preethi was a bright light; loveable, kind, and protective of all whom were lucky enough to have been loved and cared for by her".

Her previous rejections had failed to deter the "obsessed" Narde, police believe.

"To the media, thank you for your assistance thus far, but please respect that our family, particularly my parents and Preethi's partner, (who) are going through the hardest thing that anyone can endure, and please respect that we need our privacy right now".

"Please let her handsome soul rest in peace". If it is an emergency please call triple-0.

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