Man charged with murder after Chinese woman disappears and her car found 4km from her Sydney home 

A man has been charged with murder as police continue to investigate the disappearance of a woman, who has now been missing for five days.

Qi Yu, 28, last contacted her family in China on Friday night and has not be seen or heard from since.

New South Wales Homicide Squad detectives have been investigating the disappearance since Saturday morning after she was reported missing from her Campsie share house in Sydney’s south-west.

Qi Yu (pictured)  last spoke to her family in China on Friday and hasn’t been seen since

Police located Qi’s white 2016 Toyota Corolla with NSW registration plates DLK-13P abandoned four kilometres away in Lindsay Street, Burwood on Saturday night.

Following inquiries, a 19-year-old man was taken to Campsie Police Station upon his release from hospital on Tuesday and charged with murder.

He was refused bail to appear in Burwood Local Court on Wednesday. 

Investigators continue to conduct inquiries to locate Ms Yu’s body and urged anyone with information to contact Crime Stoppers on 1800 333 000.

The young woman’s distraught mother has flown from China to Sydney to help with the search for her daughter, 9 News reported.

‘She’s a little girl, and very honest, and I feel so upset … I want her alive because her mum’s very worried about her,’ one of Ms Yu’s friends said.    

Vincent Chen, who lives two doors from Ms Yu, heard her mother arrive at the home with police on Sunday morning.

‘She cried and cried … she didn’t sleep for three days already,’ Mr Chen told The Daily Telegraph.

‘If something happen to someone’s family like that, it’s terrible.’

The 2016 model Toyota Corolla was located on Lindsay Street in Burwood on Saturday night

The 2016 model Toyota Corolla was located on Lindsay Street in Burwood on Saturday night

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