- A woman has been found dead in her South Tamworth home in NSW
- Her daughter was found in the home but was uninjured and is with her grandma
- Police from across the state are investigating the ‘suspicious’ death
Mystery surrounds the death of a 22-year-old woman found dead in her New South Wales home.
Police have declared the death suspicious and are hunting for the killer of the South Tamworth mum.
It has been described as a ‘violent and brutal death’, according to 7 News Sydney.
Teah Rose Luckwell (pictured) has been identified as the woman who was found dead in a South Tamworth home
The woman’s daughter was uninjured and is now in the care of her grandmother.
The woman has been identified as Teah Rose Luckwell.
Emergency services were called to the home on March 28 just around 9.40pm.
In a statement police said: ‘Officers found a 22-year-old woman deceased in the home. Police are treating the death as suspicious.
‘Strike Force Penola, comprising investigators from the State Crime Command Homicide Squad and Oxley Police District has been formed to investigate the incident.
‘Police continue to canvass the local area and are asking for anyone who witnessed anything in the area last night to come forward.’
Police were called to a home in South Tamworth, NSW on March 28 around 9.40pm
Police are urging anyone with information to come forward
A port mortem will be conducted on March 31st to help investigators determine cause of death.
Oxley Chief Inspector Phil O’Reilly spoke to Northern Daily Leader about the death.
He said that there were ‘multiple lines of inquiry’ and there are ‘many aspects of the lady’s life we don’t have information about. We hope members of the community can assist us’.
Oxley Chief Inspector Phil O’Reilly said there were ‘multiple lines of inquiry’ and there are ‘many aspects of the lady’s life we don’t have information about’
Chief Inspector O’Reilly said that police will follow every line of inquiry.
A crime scene will be in place until Saturday.
Anyone with information is being urged to contact Tamworth Police Station or Crime Stoppers on 1800 333 000 or report online here.