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Old 10-03-2018, 04:37 AM
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Woman Found in Park with a Dog Collar on

THE body of a woman found in a Sydney park was wearing a pink dog collar and lay near drag marks 30 metres from a bin.
The woman was also wearing dark polka-dot clothing and was found near playground equipment in a popular children’s birthday party spot in Hunters Hill, The Daily Telegraph reported.

Police have confirmed that the woman was mostly likely murdered.

The NSW Homicide Squad is investigating the suspicious death of the woman, whose remains were left near a main road and are yet to be identified.

Detective Superintendent David Waddell said a council worker made the gruesome discovery this morning.

The body was lying near the drag marks in the ground at Buffalo Creek Reserve on Sydney’s lower north shore.

A crime scene has been established at the reserve and Supt Waddell said police were canvassing the area for witnesses.

Emergency services were called to Pittwater Rd, Hunters Hill, about 7.30am after the body was found.

Officers attached to Ryde Police Area Command and the NSW Homicide Squad are conducting an inquiry into the circumstances surrounding the death of the woman, who is as yet unidentified.

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Old 10-25-2018, 03:47 AM
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THE mysterious death of Nicole Cartwright, whose bound and beaten body was found dumped near a playground in Sydney’s prestigious Hunters Hill two weeks ago, has taken another strange turn.
Police have confirmed that while an autopsy concluded Ms Cartwright had been beaten, the injuries she sustained during the assault did not cause her death, which remains unknown.

A council worker found the 32-year-old’s body partially covered in leaves near playground equipment at Buffalo Creek Reserve at about 7.30am on October 3.

She was fully clothed with her wrists bound in front of her and there was a trail of drag marks stretching up to 30m.

“(Ms Cartwright) had injuries consistent with an assault but those injuries did not kill her,” a police source told news.com.au.

The source said there was no evidence the 32-year-old had been strangled or smothered and said reports she was found “wrapped in an orange blanket” were false.

“There is no orange blanket,” the source said.

It is understood investigators are now relying on toxicology and “health” checks for pre-existing medical conditions to help pinpoint exactly how Ms Cartwright died.

Police found a number of the dead woman’s personal belongings at the crime scene but have failed to recover her mobile phone, hampering efforts to establish her movements between September 30, when she was last seen alive and October 3 when her body was found.

They are currently trawling through Ms Cartwright’s mobile phone data and records for clues but refused to reveal what, if anything, had been found.

Homicide squad commander Detective Superintendent Scott Cook said police had been inundated with calls since appealing to the public for information last week.

”Detectives have been working through the vast amounts of information received,” he told news.com.au.

“It is very clear that Nicole was a great friend and well-liked, and members of the community are providing whatever information they can to help us provide answers about her death to her family.

“That said, we are still piecing her final movements together — and anyone who spoke with or saw Nicole over the long weekend is urged to get in touch with us as soon as possible.”

Ms Cartwright lived with her parents at Lansvale in Western Sydney and had a wide circle of friends. She did not own a car but frequently used public transport to travel to Sydney CBD, the surrounding metropolitan area and beaches in the Eastern Suburbs.

Police are investigating the possibility she died after meeting up with somebody she met online.

Ms Cartwright is believed to have turned to dating sites and chatrooms in a bid to meet new people after breaking up with her boyfriend several months ago and was an avid social media user.

After the split she went on a health drive and lost a large amount of weight, documenting her journey on Instagram.

Friends have described her as a “free spirit” but her cheerful demeanour hid a lonely, vulnerable woman.

“I try to be positive. I have had depression and anxiety in the past but I am always looking forward and keep trying to improve,” Ms Cartwright’s profile reads on a social networking site called Global Pen Friends.

“I LOVE DOGS! I enjoy walking and amateur photography. I do crosswords and read terrible paranormal romance novels I’m a massive Netflix and Stan junkie. I’m friendly and easygoing.”

However, friends have said that her posts became increasingly dark after she began using sexual and fetish sites in the months leading up to her death.

“She was posting a lot of pictures of herself in corsets and skimpy dresses,” one friend told the Daily Mail.

“Her makeup got darker, her statuses got darker … we were talking and I think she was going through a really tough time.

“She did begin to reach out sexually, as a lot of people do when they are struggling. We fear she’s got involved with the wrong person.”

Police tracked her last movements on her Opal card and have been able to place her on buses and various railway stations across the city between September 27 and September 30.

She travelled by train from Bondi Junction to St Marys early on September 29 and was clocked at Strathfield, Central, Ashfield and Museum railway stations the following day.

The last time she was seen alive was at 9.14pm on September 30 when she was captured on CCTV at Museum station.

Police believe Ms Cartwright’s body was dumped at Buffalo Creek Reserve either late on the night of Tuesday, October 2 or in the early morning hours of Wednesday, October 3, when she was found.

“We are still searching for the phone near the crime scene, but what we don’t have is her last phone call, her last photos, who she spoke to,” Superintendent Cook said. “She may well have been killed on the 30th of September, probably somewhere else … and the body has been moved later.’’

“While it is most likely her body was brought to the area under darkness, we are still urging motorists with dashcam and travelling in that area at that time to provide us copies of their footage,” Det Supt Cook said.

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Re: Woman Found in Park with a Dog Collar on

'Tied up and beaten' makes it seem like she was robbed - perhaps beaten to get her to tell her killer where her valuables were...or could been part of whatever fetish stuff she was getting into, makes me wonder if she got into some asphyxiation or 'breath play' stuff and it went wrong.

..most likely an OD during a hook-up and the person panicked and dumped her - because they are the ones that provided the drugs and/or they were doing this while in a relationship.

That would be my guess.

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Re: Woman Found in Park with a Dog Collar on

asking for it --respect her wishes

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