Police have revealed more details surrounding the disappearance and murder of Sydney woman Preethi Reddy, whose body was found in a suitcase that was inside her auto, in Kingsford on Tuesday night.
Dr Reddy's body was discovered inside a suitcase on Tuesday, days after she was reported missing.
She was captured on CCTV inside a city McDonald's about 2.15am on Sunday and appeared to leave alone.
Around 9.30 pm on Tuesday, police found her Volkwagon Golf vehicle on south-east Sydney street and discovered her chopped up body packed in a suitcase inside the auto.
Preethi Reddy's body was found stuffed in a suitcase in her auto parked in an eastern Sydney street.
That head-on collision, around 340 kilometres from where Dr Reddy's body was found, is believed to have been deliberate.
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Detectives believe Dr Reddy stayed at a hotel on Market Street on Sunday "with a man known to her". "Detectives from Oxley Police Area Command are investigating the circumstances surrounding the collision, which is believed to be a deliberate act", a South Wales police statement said.
According to the police, they spoke to Narde as part of the missing persons investigation before his death.
"He was not at the time of this incident in a relationship with Preethi however there had been a previous relationship", he said.
The Sydney Morning Herald reported Preethi's friends as saying that she was firm on her decision to break-up with Harsh several years ago, but the latter did not accept it.
They suspect that the head-on collision that led to the auto crash was done on goal.
According to police, she last spoke with her family at about 11am Sunday, saying she planned to head home after having a late breakfast in Sydney.
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Narde did not have a violent criminal history or a record of domestic or family violence, a police source told AAP.
The Glenbrook dental surgery where Preethi Reddy worked was closed on Wednesday.
Preethi's disappearance is "out of character" and there are serious concerns over her welfare, a New South Wales (NSW) Police spokeswoman said.
Her colleagues told the ABC yesterday they had been unable to sleep since her disappearance and patients had offered to help with the search.
"Prior to this unthinkable event, she had been the happiest I'd ever seen her - she was living her best life", she added.
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