The death of a 33-year-old woman is being treated as suspicious after her body was found in bushland in Sydney’s south.
Najma Carroll’s body was found by a member of the public near Sandy Point Quarry in Menai on Wednesday afternoon, police say.
The body was formally identified on Thursday as that of Ms Carroll, who is most recently known to reside in Sydney’s inner west.
Her name is Najma Carroll. Her body was found in bushland with burns and head trauma. Awfully sad. RIP. https://t.co/jjODozODvi
— Antoinette Lattouf (@antoinette_news) July 30, 2020
Police want to speak to anyone who knows about her movements in recent days or who may have frequented the area locally known as ‘white rock’.