Indian-origin woman dentist killed in Australia body found in suitcase

Posted March 08, 2019

An woman of Indian origin in Sydney who was reported was found dead with multiple stab wounds and her body stuffed in a suitcase on Tuesday, reported The Sydney Morning Herald.

The body of a young female dentist who vanished from Sydney's CBD hours after the Mardi Gras parade has been found stuffed inside a suitcase.

Reddy was last seen waiting in line at McDonald's in George Street on Sunday, the police said.

The dentist's body was found in a suitcase in her vehicle - a grey Volkswagen Golf - in an eastern Sydney street on March 5.

Preethi Reddy's body was found stuffed in a suitcase in her auto parked in an eastern Sydney street. Police have stated that Reddy and her ex-partner had stayed at a hotel in Sydney's CBD on Market Street Sunday. "Detectives from Oxley Police Area Command are investigating the circumstances surrounding the collision, which is believed to be a deliberate act", a South Wales police statement said.

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Police spoke with Dr Narde about Dr Reddy's disappearance before he died on the New England Highway at Willow Tree on Monday night.

"It's very important for us because, right now, we are working for Preethi and we are working for Preethi's family as well", Detective Superintendent Gavin Dengate said on Wednesday.

'If you feel anxious about dental visits you will find Dr Reddy will go out of her way to help you relax so your dental visit is much more pleasant'.

Reddy told her family members she would have a late breakfast in the central business district before returning home.

The ABC understands Dr Narde was the key suspect in Dr Reddy's murder.

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The newspaper also quoted investigators as saying that Harsh may have attended the conference just to meet her again. "I spoke to her last Thursday and it was "see you next week" and completely normal", she said adding "Now I am just praying she will be found", Holmes said.

Preethi's disappearance is "out of character" and there are serious concerns over her welfare, a New South Wales (NSW) Police spokeswoman said.

The body had numerous stab injuries.

She was working as dental surgeon at Glenbrook Dental Surgery, a hospital about 70 km from Sydney.

'This is not like her, she would not be missing voluntarily. she's our smiling, handsome angel'.

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