Police are investigating a homicide after a woman's corpse was found set alight at Dulguigan.
Police are investigating a homicide after a woman's corpse was found set alight at Dulguigan. Alina Rylko

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POLICE from Tweed-Byron Local Area Command have identified the slain woman found set alight on a rural road at Dulguigan as 34-year-old Sabrina Bremer from Logan in South East Qld.

Police are appealing for information to piece together the final moments of her life, before she her body was found disfigured and burned at Pollards Rd, on Thursday morning.

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

Just before 7.30am, emergency services were called to Pollard Rd, a narrow unsealed passage near Tumbulgum, following reports of a fire.

A local resident discovered what he believed to be a burning log, but was actually a seriously burned corpse. Residents have told the Tweed Daily News the victim was tied to a tree.

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Ms Bremer was reported missing to Logan Police on Thursday, after last speaking with family on Tuesday.

She is described as being of Caucasian appearance, 170cm tall, with a medium build, dark brown hair with red highlights, and a stud-piercing below her lower-right lip.

Initial inquiries indicate Ms Bremer was in the Logan area on Monday evening.

At the time, she was wearing a black jumper with a red T-shirt underneath and light-blue jeans with rips in the knees.

Strike Force Faringdon has been established by investigators from the State Crime Command's Homicide Squad and Tweed-Byron Local Area Command to investigate the circumstances surrounding the woman's suspected murder.

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

No official cause of death has been determined at this stage but police said Ms Bremer had sustained serious burns to most her body.

Police are appealing for anyone who may have seen or spoken with her during this time to come forward.

Investigators remind the public information can be provided anonymously.

Police are urging anyone with information in relation to this incident to call Crime Stoppers on 1800 333 000 or use the Crime Stoppers online reporting page: https://nsw.crimestoppers.com.au/

 



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