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Indian-Origin Dentist Found Murdered In Sydney, Last Seen At McDonald's

by Webdesk


The body of 32 year-old Preethi Reddy, an Indian origin dentist went missing from Sunday, was located in Sydney’s south-east overnight, in a suitcase. Her body was found in her car with multiple stab wounds.


The suspect of the murder is another dentist and her ex-boyfriend Dr. Harshwardhan Narde. He died in a head-on collision with a truck on the New England Highway, NSW at 10 pm on Monday night, a day after Preethi was reported missing. That crash is "believed to be a deliberate act," police said.


Police on Wednesday confirmed that they interviewed Dr Narde as part of a "standard" procedure after Dr Reddy was reported missing.


Ms Reddy was attending a dental conference in St Leonards over the weekend. Police were told she last made contact with her family about 11 am on Sunday, saying she planned to head home after having a late breakfast in Sydney. Initial inquiries revealed she attended a fast food restaurant on George Street near King Street about 2:15 am that day and appeared to leave alone, walking toward Market Street," the New South Wales Police Force said in a statement.