UPDATE @ 10.45am: Police have this morning located the vehicle belonging to Logan woman Sabrina Bremer, as investigations into her suspected murder continue.
The discovery comes just hours after police launched an appeal for help from the public to track down the car.
Police would like to thank the community after locating a vehicle related to the investigation into the suspected murder of Sabrina Bremer
— NSW Police (@nswpolice) August 23, 2016
“Following an appeal to the public, the vehicle Ms Bremer was believed to be travelling in at the time she was last seen has been located at Woodridge in Queensland,” NSW Police said in a statement.
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“A crime scene has been established and specialist forensic officers are examining the vehicle.”
Detectives are still appealing for information from the public as they try to track the 34-year-old’s last movements.
Ms Bremer was last seen in the Logan area on Monday 15 August 2016 wearing a a black jumper with a red t-shirt underneath, black tracksuit pants with white stripes down the side, and bright pink sneakers.
Her burnt body was discovered on the side of Pollards Road at Dulguigan, west of Tweed Heads, three days later.
EARLIER @ 8.30am: Police are appealing for help to locate a vehicle believed to have been driven by Logan woman Sabrina Bremer, just days before her body was found on the side of a roadway in the NSW Far North Coast.
Just before 7.30am last Thursday, emergency services were called to Pollards Road at Dulguigan, west of Tweed Heads after a passing motorist made the gruesome discovery.
Police have since launched a murder investigation into Ms Bremer’s death and are appealing for information from the public.
Ms Bremer was last seen in the Logan area on Monday 15 August 2016. In CCTV images released by police, the 34-year-old was wearing a black jumper with a red t-shirt underneath, black tracksuit pants with white stripes down the side, and bright pink sneakers.
Detectives are also on the hunt for a vehicle Ms Bremer was believed to be travelling in at the time.
The 2002 model, white Toyota Camry sedan, with Queensland registration 282VGN was last seen in the Logan area last Monday night.
The mother-of-two is described as being of Caucasian appearance, 170cm tall, with a medium build, dark brown hair with red highlights, and a stud-piercing below her lower-right lip.
Anyone with information that may assist investigators are being urged to come forward.