Sabrina Bremer was found deceased at Dulguigan.
Sabrina Bremer was found deceased at Dulguigan.

CAR FOUND: Could it help solve mystery of Sabrina's murder?

UPDATE 10.45AM:  AN APPEAL to the public has helped police track down the car in relation to the murder of 34-year-old mother Sabrina Bremer.

Investigators are also working closely with homicide detectives from Queensland Police Service.

Following an appeal to the public, the vehicle Ms Bremer was believed to be travelling in at the time she was last seen has been located at Woodridge in Queensland.

Investigations are continuing.

Police would like to thank the community and media for their ongoing assistance.

 

UPDATE: POLICE at Tweed Heads have addressed the media and have called on the public to help provide any information they may have on the last movements of Sabrina Bremer.

They have confirmed she was last seen driving a 2002 white Toyota Camry sedan within the Logan area on the Monday afternoon of August 15.

Detectives from Strikeforce Faringdon have been working closely with the family of Ms Bremer.

Details of the post-mortem are yet to be released.

 

INITIAL: YESTERDAY police released images of Sabrina Bremer, the young mother whose body was found at Pollards Road, Dulguigan following reports of a fire.

Today detectives are appealing for information to locate a vehicle Ms Bremer was believed to be travelling in at the time.

 

 

CCTV images of Sabrina Bremer, 34, in the Logan area on Monday 15 August 15, 2016. Emergency services found Ms Bremer's body after being called to a fire on Pollards Road, Dulguigan (near Murwillumbah).
CCTV images of Sabrina Bremer, 34, in the Logan area on Monday 15 August 15, 2016. Emergency services found Ms Bremer's body after being called to a fire on Pollards Road, Dulguigan (near Murwillumbah). Contributed

The car is a 2002 model, white Toyota Camry sedan with Queensland registration plates 282VGN and was las seen in the Logan area last Monday night.

Police will address the media this morning.



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