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Sarah Cafferkey Victoria Police
Sarah Cafferkey

Police investigating case of missing woman find human remains

Sarah Cafferkey, who has Irish family, went missing on November 9. Human remains have been found by police investigating her disappearance.

HOMICIDE SQUAD DETECTIVES investigating the circumstances surrounding the disappearance of Sarah Cafferkey, who has family in Achill Island, have discovered what are believed to be human remains.

As part of their investigation detectives executed a warrant at a residence in Fongeo Drive, Point Cook overnight, where they made the discovery. Victoria Police said they have not identified the remains and continue to investigate a number of leads.

The Sydney Morning Herald said that Sarah “received threats” in the lead-up to her disappearance.

Sarah Cafferkey was last seen by her family at her home in Ross Street on Friday 9 November. Sarah’s vehicle, a silver 2001 Astra sedan, registration OOHSEZ was located in Owen Street, Maribrynong on Tuesday evening.

Police would like to speak to anyone who may have seen Sarah or her car in the Maribrynong area. She is described as Caucasian with a fair complexion, 168cm tall, thin build, with black shoulder-length straight hair and green eyes.

Anyone Australian readers with information are urged to contact Crime Stoppers on 1800 333 000 or visit the website at

Read: Homicide squad ‘take over missing Sarah Cafferkey case’>

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