Two women in their 20s found dead inside unit in Canterbury in south west Sydney


Disturbing details emerge about bodies of two women in their 20s found in a unit – as it’s revealed the pair were sisters and were badly decomposed after lying inside for DAYS

  • Two women in their 20s have been found dead inside a south west Sydney unit 
  • Cops were called to the Canterbury apartment after a concern for welfare report 
  • Investigation is underway with detectives asking for information from the public 

The decomposing bodies of two women have been found inside a unit in Sydney’s south west, with detectives launching an urgent investigation.

About 9.30am on Tuesday emergency services were called to a home on Canterbury Road, near Dibbs Street, Canterbury, following a concern for welfare report.

Upon arrival, officers from Burwood Police Area Command entered the unit and located the bodies of two women, who are believed to be sisters, inside. 

It is believed the bodies may have been inside the apartment for a few days due to their state of decomposition. 

About 9.30am on Tuesday emergency services were called to a home on Canterbury Road, near Dibbs Street, Canterbury, following a concern for welfare report

A crime scene was established, which will be examined by specialist forensic police as detectives try to unravel the circumstances surrounding their deaths

A crime scene was established, which will be examined by specialist forensic police as detectives try to unravel the circumstances surrounding their deaths

The women have not yet been formally identified but are believed to be aged in their 20s.

The Daily Telegraph reported the building manager called police after noticing a build up of mail at their front door. 

A crime scene was established, which will be examined by specialist forensic police as detectives try to unravel the circumstances surrounding their deaths.

Homicide Squad detectives have also joined the investigation. 

Investigators are seen at the apartment building on Tuesday night, the cause death has not been released

Investigators are seen at the apartment building on Tuesday night, the cause death has not been released

Neightbour Alan Ho said he was surprised by the discovery as it had been a quiet building.

‘It’s usually a pretty tame area so it’s pretty concerning to hear about something like this.’ 

Anyone who may have information that could assist detectives is urged to contact Burwood Police Station or Crime Stoppers.

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