Human remains belong to missing woman

HUMAN remains found in a bag at the bottom of Kangaroo Point cliffs in Brisbane belong to a missing woman, it has been revealed.

A man made the gruesome discovery at the popular tourist spot on Monday. It’s believed the remains could have been there for months.

Police on Saturday said they believed the remains belonged to a 37-year-old woman who went missing in November last year.


The woman, who cannot be named for cultural reasons, was last seen at a bank in Greenslopes on November 27.

“Whilst forensic examinations are ongoing, the investigation by Dutton Park Criminal Investigation Branch and the Homicide Investigation Unit has uncovered evidence that have led detectives to this conclusion,” police said.

The man who found the remains and several other people have been interviewed by police but no charges have been laid.

Detectives are urging anyone who may have shot drone footage over the area in the last year to review it for suspicious activity.

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