Boyfriend Of Murdered Sydney Dentists Releases Message
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.
Dr Reddy’s current partner posted a short message along with a photo to his Facebook page.
“I’ll see you again one day…and we’ll continue where we left off my angel,” he wrote.
Just two days beforehand, Dr Reddy’s boyfriend had posted a message asking his friends to help in the search for his then-missing girlfriend.
However, the search ended in tragedy when police discovered the woman’s remains inside a suitcase in her abandoned car at Kingsgate in Sydney’s easter suburbs, just before 9:30pm on Tuesday night.
It was later revealed that she had been stabbed several times while her ex boyfriend, a suspect in the case, was found to have died in a car crash.
32-year-old Reddy had been attending a dental convention in St Leonards over the weekend where he spent Sunday night in a hotel on Market street with her ex-boyfriend, Harshwardhan Narde.
Mr Narde, a 34-year-old dentist from Tamworth, was interviewed as part of the missing person’s investigation after detectives discovered that they spent Sunday night together.
But in a shocking twist, Narde was found dead on Monday night, the day after Dr Reddy was reported missing, having been involved in a head on collision with a truck near Tamworth in what police believe was a deliberate accident.
Detective Superintendent Gavin Dentate has said that investigations into Dr Reddy’s murder are still ongoing as they try to work out where and when she was killed, but the probability is that she was murdered at the hotel.
“We are still working on the timeline of events and that’s why we need the public to come forward with any information they have,” he said.
Dr Reddy was last seen on CCTV footage at a McDonald’s on George Street in Sydney’s CBD at about 2:15am on Sunday morning.
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.
She was not seen or heard from since.
Anyone who may have seen or spoken with Dr Reddy over the weekend is being urged to come forward.
Anyone with information should contact Crime Stoppers on 1800 333 000.