The Sydney apartment where the bodies of two Saudi sisters were found in June is back on the rental market, suggesting their deaths were "not an accidental crime." , a potential risk to the community.”
Asra Abdullah Alsehli, 24, and his sister Amaal Abdullah Alsehli, 23, died on June 7 in separate bedrooms in an apartment in the southwestern suburbs of Canterbury. It was discovered that
Police believe the two died in early May. The state of decomposition of their bodies complicated the task of determining the cause of death.
His ground floor of his Canterbury Road apartment was opened for inspection on Monday, with rent set at A$520 ($362) a week. I was. This is her AU$40 ($28) more than the sister was charged.
According to online advertisements, the apartment has been designated a crime scene and the mysterious death is under police investigation.
"According to police, this was not an accidental crime and poses no potential risk to the community," the ad said.
However, the police neither confirmed nor denied the realtor's advice.
"Police continue to seek information regarding the deaths of her two women as the investigation is ongoing," a police statement said. "There is no further information at this stage."
Police released the sisters' names and photos last week, and sought more public information about their cause of death. In 2017, investigators remained tight-lipped about many details, including how the sisters came. Is it?
"Investigators would like to speak to anyone who may have seen or have information about the women's movements in the days to weeks before they died. It is believed to have occurred in early May," Insp Allcroft Investigator said.
The sisters had sought asylum in Australia, according to sources with knowledge of the incident, The Sydney Morning Herald reported. They worked for a while as traffic controllers, a common job for backpackers and new immigrants. They drove his luxury BMW 5 Series coupe, the paper reported.
Lieutenant Claudia Allcroft said their family members in Saudi Arabia were cooperating with police and there was "nothing to suggest" that they were suspects. 45}
She described the decomposition of the corpse as "problematic". Police have yet to see the results of a toxicology test last week.
Allcroft said there was no evidence that the sisters' apartment was forcibly entered.
"The deaths are inherently suspicious because we don't know the cause of death," said Allcroft. He passed away, cause of death unknown, unusual for his age and the nature of his problem," Allcroft added.
An unidentified source told Sydney media that the sisters feared and were suspicious that food delivered to their apartment had been tampered with.
An unidentified senior police officer told the Sydney Daily Telegraph: "It's like a really tragic suicide."
The sisters told the newspaper they were able to show they had "significant savings" in their bank accounts when they applied to rent their apartment. 59}
"Up until then, they had always paid on time....they were good tenants," Hu told the newspaper.
Before the sister's body was found, the overseas-based landlord had filed a lawsuit to recover the unpaid rent, she said.
An advertisement for the property said that the bedroom in the apartment had new floors.
Last week, Rina Al-Hasrour,the head of surveillance and communications for the Saudi human rights group ALQST, told the BBC that she had been killed abroad fleeing domestic violence. said it was possible.
"There is no protection in Saudi Arabia for women who are victims of domestic violence, so they are fleeing the country," she told her BBC.
She added: "I'm not saying that's the case here. It just requires a thorough investigation. The lack of information is frustrating."
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