Police seek public assistance after girl, 15, attacked, woman found dead

UPDATE

 

Detectives from the Southern Investigation Division have released the name of a person who may be able to assist with inquiries into the suspicious death of a woman on March 6.
He is 48 year-old Frank Eggley.
He’s described as Aboriginal, 175cm tall and of a heavy build.
He also has a medical bandaging (or similar) on his left shoulder, with his left arm hanging by his side.
Detective Acting Senior Sergeant Leith Phillips said Police are seeking the whereabouts of the man: “Frank Eggley is believed to be the partner of the deceased and Police would like to talk to him in relation to this incident.  We request anyone who knows where he is to contact Police.”

The body of the 42-year-old woman was found in a unit at the Mokari Flats on Nicker Crescent.

Police have released descriptions of two men they are searching for in relation to an attack on a 15-year-old girl yesterday afternoon.
Detective Sergeant Trent Abbott said both men are suspected to be in their 20s.
“One was described as being of solid build, dark complexion and wearing a black hoodie with the hood pulled up.
“The other man had a very dark complexion, skinny build and was wearing a white cap with hair sticking out from under it. The man had a long rat’s tail with yellow and black beads, long enough to reach his shoulders.
“If anyone saw these men yesterday or knows them from the description could they please contact police on 131 444 or Crime Stoppers on 1800 333 000.
“The teenager was walking through an alley between Winnecke Avenue and Wallis Street in Eastside at about 5pm yesterday when one of the two men pushed her to the ground,” Detective Sergeant Abbott said.
“One of the offenders held a hand over the girl’s mouth and punched her to the face while the other tried to grab her handbag and a laptop.
“The girl managed to hold onto her bag and struggled with the offenders, biting one on the right arm.”

Detectives have also released the description of a person who may be able to assist with inquiries into the suspicious death of a woman.

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