Murdered woman found in suitcase, ex-boyfriend dies in deliberate vehicle crash

Murdered woman found in suitcase, ex-boyfriend dies in deliberate vehicle crash

Investigators believe they know who killed Dr Reddy but are pleading for more information about her whereabouts before her death, including when and where she reconnected with her ex-boyfriend.

The police reported that they had spoken to Narde before his death as part of a preliminary investigation, claiming that the investigation had still been in its initial stages.

Investigators found Dr Reddy dead in the bag in her own vehicle on Strachan Lane in Kingsford east of the city about 9.30pm on Tuesday. The day before, her former boyfriend died in a head-on collision involving a auto and a truck on a highway 340km away.

A Facebook page set up to help find Dr Reddy said it was "highly out of character for Preethi to not contact family and loved ones".

She told them that she would head home after breakfast, and when she failed to return, her family contacted police.

She was captured on CCTV inside McDonald's at the Strand Arcade in Sydney's CBD about 2.15am on Sunday and appeared to leave alone.

"On behalf of my family, I want to thank anyone who shared our appeals to find her, and those who provided information to the police and us over the last few days".

NSW detectives now believe Dr Reddy stayed at a hotel on Market St on Sunday "with a man known to her".

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Her phone was last used on Sunday at 1.47pm on George Street.

"Glenbrook Dental Surgery staff are in mourning to hear the sad news about Preethi Reddy", the post read.

"He was not at the time of this incident in a relationship with Preethi however there had been a previous relationship", he said.

"Words can not capture the pain we are feeling with the passing of my attractive big sister", she said.

Family friend Navniit Anand said Reddy was "a lovely human being" and her family was "shattered".

On Wednesday night, Reddy's sister, Nithya, released a short statement saying the dentist was "living her best life" before "this unthinkable event".

"The freakish thing I noticed that night was that he took down his Facebook shortly after the conference".

Dr. Preethi Reddy, 32, had been reported missing by her family after she attended a dental conference in St. Leonards, where she spent Sunday in a hotel room with her ex, Harshwardhan Narde, 34, also a dentist, news.com.au reported.

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