Found Deceased Australia - Katrina Ploy, found Xmas Day 2006, Sydney Harbour

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    symbah Well-Known Member

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    http://www.abc.net.au/news/2016-12-...over-suspected-murder-of-katrina-ploy/8131656

    A decade ago this Christmas Day, the body of 25 year old Katrina Ploy was found floating in Sydney Harbour.
    Her death was initially thought to be suicide. Her clothes were found at notorious suicide spot, The Gap, and her car was also found nearby.
    However, an autopsy found her injuries inconsistent with a fall and police began investigating a possible murder.
    With the release of new information surrounding her last movements, the New South Wales Government has announced a $100,000 reward for information leading to a breakthrough in the case.
     


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    symbah Well-Known Member

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    Right to silence from men in regards to Katrina re 2010 inquest.

    http://www.news.com.au/lifestyle/re...y/news-story/e90bb0e4114a10bb5bef75f7055c9e89

    Her sister, Tanja Ploy, recalled Katrina confiding that she wanted a tattoo, an idea so out of character it had made Tanja laugh.
    Homicide detectives interviewed the owner of a tattoo shop Ms Ploy is believed to have visited.
    Ms Ploy had formed a friendship with the man at a Sydney gym and may have seen him socially.
    But at a subsequent 2010 inquest, the man exercised his right to silence and told them via a formal letter that he had no knowledge of her death.
    Police interviewed four other men in relation to Ms Ploy’s death, but no one was charged.
    A warrant was issued in August 2010 for Ms Ploy’s former boyfriend, who was dating her at the time she disappeared.
    The boyfriend exercised his right not to attend the four-day inquest which heard several theories about her death.
     

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