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NSW QI YU: Missing from Campsie, NSW - 9 June 2018 - Age 28 *Found Deceased*

Discussion in 'Australia: Located/Resolved' started by Sam Willis, Jun 12, 2018.

  1. Sam Willis

    Sam Willis Member

    https://www.news.com.au/national/ns...s/news-story/bbaefdc629fb7f5107609105d38c1146
    Dumped car could provide clue in missing woman’s whereabouts

    A CRIME scene has been set up at a Sydney woman’s home after she mysteriously disappeared, now her neighbours have revealed what she was like.

    Daily Telegraph heard the Chinese resident’s mother arrive with police on Sunday morning.

    “She cried and cried … she didn’t sleep for three days already,” Mr Chen said.

    “If something happen to someone’s family like that, it’s terrible. She was a very honest and quiet girl, a very nice girl.”

    However, residents and business-owners near to the complex who spoke to news.com.au said they had never seen Ms Yu before. A grocery store owner around the corner who claimed to “know everyone in Campsie” said the disappearance was the talk of the suburb, yet everyone he had spoken to about it had never seen her before.

    “We saw it on the news and everyone in Campsie is upset about it because she is so young, but I haven’t seen her around here before,” Elsie Zhang, a nearby resident who has lived in Campsie for 21 years told news.com.au. “We hope she is found in the next few days.”

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    Detectives believe Ms Yu’s white 2016 Toyota Corolla, which was found dumped in the Burwood just a short drive away from her home, could provide crucial clues in finding her.



    Ms Yu was seen by friends four days ago at her shared house on Loch Street in Campsie on Friday evening, according to New South Wales Police.

    The last anybody heard from her was when she made contact with family in her native China at about 7.15pm on that very same evening. The next morning her friends found her room empty and reported her missing.

    Another neighbour, known as Keyu, who lived in the same building as Ms Yu told 9 NEWS that the young mother’s disappearance was a mystery.

    “I don’t know why she’s (missing),” she said.

    “I want her alive, because her mum is very worried about her.”

    NSW Police have now issued a second plea for the public to help, adding there are now “grave concerns for her welfare”.

    Ms Yu’s friends and family say her disappearance is out of character and her mother arrived from China yesterday to assist with the search.

    Homicide squad detectives are now assisting with the investigation and they want to know if anybody saw the dumped car in the hours after Ms Yu was last seen.

    “Anyone that saw her vehicle between the hours of 7pm on Friday (June 8) and 8.30pm on Saturday (June 9) is urged to come forward,” a NSW Police spokesman said.

    Police describe the vehicle as a white 2016 model Toyota Corolla with NSW registration plates DLK 13P. It was found at Lindsay Street, Burwood.


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  2. Kimster

    Kimster Administrator Staff Member

    Qi Yu was last seen by friends at a Campsie share house in the city's southwest in on Friday evening, about the time she last spoke with her family in China, NSW police said in a statement.

    Police on Tuesday said the woman was still missing.

    Ms Yu's friends reported her missing on Saturday morning after finding her room empty, saying it was out of character for the Chinese national.

    Police found her car, a white Toyota Corolla, parked about four kilometres away on Lindsay Street in the neighbouring suburb of Burwood on Saturday afternoon.

    http://www.dailymail.co.uk/wires/aap/article-5833367/Mother-missing-woman-arrives-Sydney.html

    This sounds very frightening! Was she seeing anyone?
     
  3. Sam Willis

    Sam Willis Member

    Sad news

    Man charged with the murder of Qi Yu

    THE housemate of a young Sydney woman who mysteriously disappeared five days ago has been charged with murder.

    a crime scene was established at the property as anxious neighbours waited for answers, fielded questions from journalists and watched as homicide police looked for clues as to where the missing woman could be.

    The body of Ms Yu, a 28-year-old from China, has still not been found.
    However, a 19-year-old man was taken to Campsie Police Station upon his release from hospital yesterday and officers have now charged him with murder.
    A neighbour who lives directly next door to her home told news.com.au the 28-year-old was exceptionally quiet and a “kind” person.
    The upset neighbour said she often wouldn’t see Ms Yu for weeks on end and, when she did, Ms Yu would simply bow her head and politely say “hello”.
    Vincent Chen lives two doors from Ms Yu in the Campsie complex and told theDaily Telegraph she heard the Chinese resident’s mother arrive with police on Sunday morning.
    “She cried and cried … she didn’t sleep for three days already,” Mr Chen said.
    “It’s terrible. She was a very honest and quiet girl, a very nice girl.”
    Ms Yu was seen by friends five days ago at her shared house on Loch Street in Campsie on Friday evening, according to New South Wales Police.
    The last anybody heard from her was when she made contact with family in her native China at about 7.15pm on that very same evening. The next morning her friends found her room empty and reported her missing.
    Police are still searching for the body and detectives believe Ms Yu’s white 2016 Toyota Corolla, which was found dumped in the Burwood just a short drive away from her home, could provide crucial clues in finding her.
    Homicide squad detectives are now assisting with the investigation and they want to know if anybody saw the dumped car in the hours after Ms Yu was last seen.

    “Anyone that saw her vehicle between the hours of 7pm on Friday (June 8) and 8.30pm on Saturday (June 9) is urged to come forward,” a NSW Police spokesman said.
     
  4. Kimster

    Kimster Administrator Staff Member

    :tears:. I wonder what evidence they have? There's no mention of seeing blood in her home?
     
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  5. SheWhoMustNotBeNamed

    SheWhoMustNotBeNamed Administrator Staff Member

    Police search for Qi Yu continues in dense bushland

    POLICE and SES crews are continuing to scour bushland north of Sydney for the body of a Chinese woman who was allegedly murdered by a male housemate.

    Detectives believe Campsie woman Qi Yu, 28, was transported in her car to the area near Hornsby, Berowra, Cowan and Mount Kuring-Gai on the night she went missing nearly two weeks ago.

    Ms Yu’s housemate, 19-year-old Shuo Dong, was last week arrested and charged with murder after being released from hospital.

    Dozens of police and SES officers search bushland at Berowra on Wednesday for any sign of Ms Yu’s body.

    The operation has so far drawn involved local police, the rescue squad, mounted officers and the riot squad.

    Ms Yu’s white Toyota Corolla was dumped in Burwood in the city’s west following her disappearance.

    Police previously urged bushwalkers in the area to keep an eye out for evidence.

    Ms Yu’s family travelled to Sydney but are hesitant to make any public comment.

    Dong will next appear in Burwood Local Court on July 9.

    https://www.news.com.au/national/ns...d/news-story/ac7c33ea1e83646dee01a68ac9485e52
     
  6. SheWhoMustNotBeNamed

    SheWhoMustNotBeNamed Administrator Staff Member

    Family of missing Sydney woman Qi Yu appeal for information, man charged with murder

    The family of a Sydney woman who police believe was murdered by her flatmate has made an emotional plea for information from the public that could help the investigation.

    Ms Yu's father Zhihe Yu told media at a press conference in Sydney on Tuesday that he and his wife have been out searching for their daughter at Ku-ring-gai Chase National Park near Sydney — the area where police say she last used her mobile phone — and are desperate for any information about her disappearance.

    "Both of us can't sleep every night," Mr Yu said. "My wife's tears run dry.

    "We want to ask for everyone's help - if you have any information regarding my daughter's whereabouts, please contact the police."

    Police charged her flatmate Shuo Dong, 19, with her murder earlier this month but Ms Yu's body has not been found.

    Mr Dong appeared in court on June 13, but it is understood he is not helping police with their inquiries.



    Police Detective Superintendent Kerrie-Anne Lewis said police had been searching on land, air and water.

    Detective Lewis said the family are still hopeful of finding their daughter alive.

    "They still have some hope but they are aware that it's been 18 days and the chances of finding their daughter alive is . . . non-existent," she said.

    "(But) we will continue to support this family through this extremely difficult time.

    "Any information at all, no matter how small, could be the piece of information that we're looking for and provide some assistance and closure for this family."

    http://www.abc.net.au/news/2018-06-26/qi-yu-parents-of-missing-sydney-woman-appeal-for-help/9910850
     
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  7. SheWhoMustNotBeNamed

    SheWhoMustNotBeNamed Administrator Staff Member

    Qi Yu: body of missing Sydney woman found in bushland

    A body believed to be Chinese woman Qi Yu has been removed from bushland alongside a busy Sydney highway.

    The body, reportedly wrapped, was found near an emergency stop area on the M1 highway near Mount Kuring-gai about 8.30am on Wednesday. It was removed after 3pm.


    Forensic investigators and detectives remain at the scene on Wednesday collecting evidence.

    The sliver of bushland is wedged between the highway and train tracks leading to Mount Kuring-gai station just 150 metres away, which is plastered with posters appealing for help to find the missing 28-year-old.

    One northbound lane of the highway has been closed, causing traffic to queue more than two kilometres south of the crime scene.

    https://www.theguardian.com/austral...ody-of-missing-sydney-woman-found-in-bushland
     
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