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Australia Police probe China reports after woman's body found in Pymble freezer

23:10  27 november  2019
23:10  27 november  2019 Source:   smh.com.au

Man who left for China after wife found in Pymble freezer identified as Luo Haoling

  Man who left for China after wife found in Pymble freezer identified as Luo Haoling An international manhunt is underway for Luo Haoling, who left for China with his two sons the day before his wife's body was found in a freezer at an apartment on Sydney's Upper North Shore.Mr Luo cleared customs at Sydney International Airport on Tuesday, the day before NSW Police made the lurid discovery.

The woman is yet to be formally identified. A crime scene has been established at the apartment and a post mortem will be conducted to determine the cause of death. Police establish a crime scene at a unit block at Bobbin Head Road, Pymble after a woman ' s body was found in a freezer .

Police forced their way into a unit in the exclusive 'Arboria' complex on Bobbin Head Road in Pymble on the city' s north shore at about 10am on Wednesday. Officers found the body of a woman , a Chinese national in her 30 s , inside an industrial freezer , which police believe was purchased around

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Homicide detectives are working to confirm reports a Pymble man is in custody in China after the man's wife was found dead in a freezer inside their north shore apartment.

Police were called to the two-bedroom Bobbin Head Road unit on Wednesday morning by an associate of the man living there.

The man had allegedly left Australia for China, taking the couple's four and 6-year-old son with him. The family's pet rabbits were also missing from the apartment.

Woman's body found inside a freezer in a Pymble apartment

  Woman's body found inside a freezer in a Pymble apartment The homicide squad is investigating the death after officers were called to an apartment on Sydney's upper north shore.The homicide squad is investigating her death after officers were called to the Bobbin Head Road unit block on Wednesday having received a call concerned about her welfare.

Police investigating the discovery of two women ’ s bodies in a freezer at a home in east London have arrested two men on suspicion of murder. A crime scene remained in place around the small block of flats in Vandome Close, Canning Town, where the two bodies were found after a police search on

NSW police are investigating whether the husband of the woman , who was found in Pymble , has fled to China with two children.

When police broke down the door because of concerns for welfare, officers found a woman's body inside the family's freezer.

She has not yet been formally identified, but is believed to be the female resident of the unit, aged in her thirties.

Senior police sources say that the woman had been dead for at least 24 hours when she was found, and neighbours at the upscale apartment complex had heard a loud domestic dispute earlier this week.

a car parked on the side of a building: Police establish a crime scene at a unit block at Pymble after a woman's body was found in a freezer.© Wolter Peeters Police establish a crime scene at a unit block at Pymble after a woman's body was found in a freezer. Police spent Wednesday speaking to residents, collecting forensic evidence and trying to establish the couple's citizenship.

On Thursday, police were working to confirm reports that the man had been taken into custody in China. The Herald understands no confirmation has been established.

Dual national can be held by China for up to 40 days over woman's death in Pymble

  Dual national can be held by China for up to 40 days over woman's death in Pymble Chinese-Australian dual national Haoling Luo fled to China with his two young children after a woman believed to be his wife was found dead inside a freezer in their unit.Chinese-Australian dual national Haoling Luo fled to China with his two young children on Tuesday after a woman believed to be his wife was found dead inside a chest freezer in their Pymble unit.

A woman is found dead inside the freezer of an apartment in Pymble , on Sydney' s Upper North Shore, as police probe whether her husband has fled to China with their two children.

The woman ' s body was found at about 23:00 on Thursday at the top of a flight of stairs behind commercial premises in the Nethergate. The area was cordoned off by police with scenes of crime officers working at the location on Friday morning. Police said there were "no apparent suspicious

Australia signed an extradition treaty with China in 2007, but in 2017 legislation to ratify the treaty was abandoned by Parliament.

A police officer with direct knowledge of the investigation told the Herald on Wednesday that an associate of the man made a call to police on Wednesday morning.

In a statement, police confirmed that there had been a "concern for welfare check" around 10am on Wednesday.

Investigators, including crime scene technicians, local police from Ku-Ring-Gai police area command and several officers from the public order and riot squad spent Wednesday night canvassing the three-building complex.

a man holding a bag of luggage: A crime scene was established at the Pymble unit block.© Wolter Peeters A crime scene was established at the Pymble unit block.

As well as speaking to residents in the complex and in nearby homes, police were going through the rubbish bins in the complex's garage.

The unit remained a crime scene on Wednesday evening.

One neighbour told the Herald that she was "shocked" by the woman’s allegedly violent death.

"It's awful," she said. “The police haven't told us much – I just got home and found the apartment like this."

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