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Police await medical advice to speak to estranged husband of Comrie Cullen

Christopher Cullen is currently being treated for non-life-threatening injuries

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POLICE ARE AWAITING medical advice before speaking to the estranged husband of Comrie Cullen, the Irish woman found dead in Sydney earlier this week.

Superintendent Gregory Antonjuk told reporters that the woman’s husband, Christopher Cullen, is currently being treated for non-life-threatening injuries.

Originally from Northern Ireland, the mother-of-three was found with upper body injuries in a car park close to Taren Point fishing club on Wednesday.

Her husband’s family are believed to be from the United Kingdom.

He was found by investigating officers with injuries to his wrists and chest, which are believed to have been self-inflicted.

Restraint orders were in place following a breakdown of the pair’s relationship last year.

The woman’s family last night said they were “devastated by Comrie’s tragic death” and appealed for privacy.

The PSNI are assisting with New South Wales Police with their investigation.

Background: Irish mother-of-three found dead in Sydney car park

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