Teenager, 18, is arrested after a woman in her 60s is found dead inside her Sydney home
- Seriously injured woman found at Carramar unit complex in Sydney’s southwest
- Woman aged in her 60s unable to revived by emergency workers on Saturday
- Police arrested man after short pursuit, who was taken to Fairfield Police station
A teenager has been arrested following the death of a woman in Sydney’s south-west.
Emergency services were called a unit complex in Sandal Crescent in Carramar just before 1.30pm on Saturday, where they found a woman seriously injured.
Desperate attempts to revive the woman aged in her 60s were unsuccessful, and she died at the scene.
Emergency services remain at the scene at a Sandal Crescent unit block in Carramar
Officers from Fairfield Police attended and arrested a man, 18, after a short foot pursuit.
He has been taken to Fairfield Police Station.
No charges have yet been laid.
A NSW Police spokeswoman told Daily Mail Australia that the alleged incident isn’t domestic related.
Police (pictured) arrested a man at the scene following a short pursuit in Sydney’s southwest
‘A crime scene has been established and detectives are investigating the circumstances surrounding the incident,’ a NSW Police statement said.
‘No further information is available at this time.’
Shocked neighbours described the woman as ‘friendly and kind’ who was often seen gardening outside her unit complex.
‘She’s lived here for about 10 to 15 years. She was Croatian. We’d say hi and bye. She was always very friendly,’ Nick Nand told The Daily Telegraph.
‘It’s the first time something like this has happened here — it’s very scary for people.’
Anyone with information is urged to call Crime Stoppers on 1800 333 000.
More to come
Police investigations continue into the death of a woman in Carramar this afternoon
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