AN AUTOPSY has been completed on the body of Tamworth mother Teah Luckwell after she was murdered in a unit last week.
A team of detectives including local and homicide investigators as well as officers from across the region are working round the clock to try and work out what happened to the 22-year-old, after her body was discovered on Wednesday night.
Police are still refusing to comment on how Ms Luckwell died but The Leader understands she suffered a violent death after she was attacked sometime before 9.30pm, last Wednesday.
Her 13-month-old daughter was found inside the unit uninjured by a neighbour who made the discovery.
On Sunday, Strike Force Penola investigators spent a fourth-day straight trying to piece together who killed the mother-of-one and why.
“The post-mortem has been completed,” Oxley Chief Inspector Phil O’Reilly told The Leader on Sunday.
“There are extensive reviews being conducted into CCTV in the area.
We’re continuing to piece together the movements of the woman prior to her death.- Oxley Chief Inspector Phil O'Reilly
“We’re continuing to piece together the movements of the woman prior to her death.
“We have a team of police working solidly on it with homicide, local and detectives from across the Western Region.”
The crime scene at the Robert Street unit was cleared by police over the weekend.
“The crime scene has been released and police have finished examinations at the unit in Robert Street,” Chief Inspector O’Reilly said.
“We’re continuing with our extensive inquiries in relation to the woman’s death.
“We do ask that if anyone has any information to contact Tamworth detectives or Crime Stoppers.”
Last week, community members set-up a GoFundMe fundraising page to collect donations for Ms Luckwell’s young daughter.
Anyone with information on Ms Luckwell’s death is urged to contact Tamworth detectives on 6768 9999 or Crime Stoppers on 1800 333 000.
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