Homicide investigators will make a fresh appeal for information on Thursday to mark the one-year anniversary of the suspicious death of Sydney woman Nicole Cartwright. Nicole Cartwright.
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Credit: NSW Police. Her body was discovered by a council worker, covered in leaves and with her wrists bound. It was one week before her body was formally identified.
On Thursday Ms Cartwright's family are expected to make a statement alongside police, appealing for information that may assist the investigation. Toxicology tests following a post mortem remain inconclusive. Ms Cartwright was found to have suffered injuries consistent with assault, but they are not believed to have led to her death.
Investigators have examined Ms Cartwright's online activity on adult dating websites, including speaking with former partners and associates who have contacted police. The appeal is expected to highlight the ongoing line of inquiry examining her use of dating and social media apps and websites. Police will also use the appeal to call on anyone who may have been in contact with Ms Cartwright in the last hours of her life.
Investigators ly used her Opal card to track her last known movements on Sydney's rail network between September 27 and In a statement Ms Cartwright's family said they were struggling to "comprehend how and why" their "cherished" sister and daughter had died. Police launch fresh appeal for information into death of woman found in Hunters Hill park. Please try again later.
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