A body has been found in a park at Hunters Hill, on Sydney’s North Shore.
It’s understood a council worker made the grim discovery near a playground in Buffalo Creek Reserve around 7.30am.
According to 9NEWS, drag marks of up to 30 metres were found nearby.
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A crime scene has now been established and investigations into the “suspicious death” are underway.
Police say the person is yet to be identified.
A council worker has made the grisly discovery of a body at a park in Sydney’s north shore, with police treating the death as suspicious. @hansinclair9 #9News
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— Nine News Sydney (@9NewsSyd) October 3, 2018
#BREAKING: A woman’s body has been found near a playground in a park in Hunters Hill. 9 News understands there are drag marks nearby up to 30 metres. Police are treating it as suspicious. @9NewsSyd @9NewsAUS pic.twitter.com/9Ps8poPS2J
— Hannah Sinclair (@hansinclair9) October 2, 2018
A council worker discovered a body while mowing the grass in Buffalo Creek Reserve, off Pittwater Road, Hunters Hill this morning. Police will brief the media at 10.45am. Full details tonight @7NewsSydney. pic.twitter.com/H59a6PKC48
— Evan Batten (@ebatten7) October 2, 2018