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

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

The boyfriend of murdered dentist Preethi Reddy has posted a moving tribute after her body was found stuffed in a suitcase and her ex died in a auto crash.

Many are posting condolence messages on social media for Dr Reddy this morning.

"I'll see you again one day ... and we'll continue where we left off my angel", Mr Vemula wrote.

"Super anxious", he wrote on March 4.

Dr Reddy grew up in Sydney and got her dental degree in 2009, and was taking courses in dental implants.

Before she went off the grid, she called her family on Sunday morning saying that she was headed home.

"It used to be a safe area so I'm just a bit concerned now".

Her body was discovered at 9.30pm on Tuesday night after an extensive search. "In this hard time we ask that you respect the family's privacy and refer to the NSW Police Force for further news", her family said in a statement, after the police announced that her body had been found.

After a public appeal for information, officers found her body just before 9.30pm yesterday in a suitcase inside a parked auto on Strachan Lane in Kingsford.

Following Preethi's mysterious disappearance, a page was also opened on Facebook by her family and friends, appealing for help to find her.

Det Supt Dengate said police spoke with the man before he died in a "deliberate" head-on collision on the New England Highway at Willow Tree, in the Upper Hunter, about 10pm on Monday.

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

He said investigators were unsure where and when Reddy was slain, but were working on the probability that she was fatally stabbed at the hotel.

The NSW police said they were appealing for information in relation to her whereabouts.

The last images police have gathered of Dr Reddy show she was in a McDonald's on George Street in the CBD about 2.15am Sunday, as mardi gras celebrations took over the city.

Dr Reddy was attending a dental conference in the suburb of St Leonards at the weekend, and last spoke to her family at around 11am on Sunday.

Her remains were found last night in Strachan Lane, just a few hundred metres from Anzac Parade and about 700m from the University of New South Wales.

Narde swerved his BMW into the path of an oncoming semi-trailer in what police say was a "deliberate" act on Monday night.

"The ABC understands Dr Narde was the key suspect in Dr Reddy's murder", the report said.

"They looked happy and stayed back to chat after the conference ended at 7pm", he said.

Her family didn't know if she attended the parade, where she stayed on Saturday night, where she was on Sunday morning, or what happened to her auto. "It made me wonder why".

The Glenbrook dental surgery where Preethi Reddy worked was closed on Wednesday.

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

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