Indian-Origin Dentist Preethi Reddy Murdered In Australia

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In a statement, Sydney City Police Area Command said they were continuing to investigate the circumstances of her death, and anyone with information relating to the incident should come forward. We still don't know where she went before she was seen alone at 2.15am on Sunday, " a police investigator said.

That crash, which occurred about 10 PM (local time), is "believed to be a deliberate act", police said.

She is believed to have spoken with her family at about 11am on Sunday, telling them she would be having a late breakfast before heading home.

However, the search ended in tragedy when police discovered the woman's remains inside a suitcase in her abandoned auto at Kingsgate in Sydney's easter suburbs, just before 9:30pm on Tuesday night.

Dr Reddy's current partner posted a short message along with a photo to his Facebook page. It is suspected that Narda might have murdered Preethi at the hotel and managed to stuff the body in a suitcase and leave it in her vehicle seven kilometers away.

Preethi Reddy was found stuffed in a suitcase in a Kingsford on Tuesday night.

Police said Dr Reddy stayed at a hotel on Market Street that night with a man known to her.

The boyfriend of murdered Sydney dentist, Preethi Reddy, has posted a heartbreaking tribute to his "angel" after her body was discovered stuffed inside a suitcase.

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

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Dr Reddy, a dentist from Penrith, had been attending a dental convention at St Leonards on Sydney's north shore over the weekend.

Her disappearance is out of character and there are serious concerns for her welfare.

"They looked happy and stayed back to chat after the conference ended at 6.30pm".

The ex-boyfriend of Sydney dentist Preethi Reddy didn't have a violent history that suggested he was capable of committing the obsessive attack which killed the "bright" young woman. "It made me wonder why".

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

The Glenbrook dental surgery where Dr Reddy worked in the Blue Mountains was shut on Wednesday with a note taped to the doors saying "due to a tragedy concerning our beloved colleague, the surgery will be closed for the time being".

"Words can not capture the pain we are feeling with the passing of my attractive big sister", said Nithya, Preethi's sister.

Navniit Anand, a friend of Dr Reddy's family said she was the daughter of a university professor and the pride and joy of her close-knit Western Sydney family.