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Australia Man guilty of murdering his housemate in Sydney's west

03:35  04 december  2019
03:35  04 december  2019 Source:   9news.com.au

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A KILLER was today facing a life sentence after being convicted of the brutal murder of his housemate which shocked a Teesside community. But a jury at Teesside Crown Court yesterday took little over an hour to return a unanimous guilty verdict for Asmelash.

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a person posing for the camera: Qi Yu's parents flew to Australia from China after she disappeared, and made an emotional appeal. © Nine Qi Yu's parents flew to Australia from China after she disappeared, and made an emotional appeal. A man has pleaded guilty to murdering his housemate in Sydney's west last year.

Shuo Dong, 19, admitted killing Qi Yu, 28, in Campsie after police found her body in bushland near an emergency stop area on the M1 highway near Mount Kuring-gai in Sydney's north nearly two months after she went missing.

a man standing in front of a building: Shuo Dong, 19, admitted killing Qi Yu, 28, in Campsie © Nine Shuo Dong, 19, admitted killing Qi Yu, 28, in Campsie

He was remanded to appear at the Sydney Supreme Court on 14 February 2020 and will be sentenced next year.

Qi Yu's parents flew to Australia from China after she disappeared, and made an emotional appeal.

"Both of us cannot sleep every night. My wife's tears run dry. We went to Ku-ring-gai National Park to search our daughter," her father Zhihe Yu told reporters.

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