Woman’s body found in Penrith unit in Sydney as police also find her car burnt out nearby

Horror as the body of a woman, 28, is found inside a Sydney unit as detectives also discover her car burnt out in nearby bushland

  • Woman’s body found in Western Sydney unit at around 4.40pm
  • Police later find her car burnt out in bushland around 60km away

A woman’s body has been uncovered in a unit with police later finding her burnt out in bushland an hour’s drive away.

A woman alerted police 4.15pm on Monday that she had found the body of the woman, who was known to her, in the unit on Colless St, Penrith in Sydney’s west. 

The woman is yet to be formally identified but is believed to be the 28-year-old resident of the unit.  

Police believe another person had been to the unit before the woman who discovered the body.

The deceased woman’s burnt out vehicle has been found in bushland at Castlereagh near Post Office road, approximately 56km from the unit.

Police have seized the vehicle for forensic examination.  

An extensive search of the area was unable to locate the vehicle’s driver.

Anyone with any information about is this matter is urged to contact police. 

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