MELBOURNE, Australia — The case is cloaked in thriller.
In June, the our bodies of two younger Saudi sisters had been present in separate bedrooms of the condo they shared in Sydney, Australia. The stays had gone undiscovered for a month. There have been no seen indicators of damage, and the house confirmed no signal of pressured entry. The police deemed the deaths suspicious.
Almost two months after the invention, the authorities nonetheless know little in regards to the ladies, even after an in depth investigation through which they spoke to many individuals within the neighborhood. The ladies, the police mentioned, “appeared to maintain to themselves.” It additionally stays unclear how they died, although an post-mortem has been carried out.
Stymied, the police took one other step this week in hopes of discovering new clues: They revealed the identities of the ladies as Asra Abdullah Alsehli, 24, and Amaal Abdullah Alsehli, 23. The sisters arrived in Australia from Saudi Arabia in 2017, the police mentioned.
“We’re interesting for data as a result of we don’t know quite a bit in regards to the women,” Detective Inspector Claudia Allcroft mentioned at a information convention. The case is uncommon, she mentioned, as a result of the reason for loss of life stays unknown, and the ladies “had been 23 and 24 years previous, they usually have died collectively of their dwelling.”
Hypothesis has abounded over the sisters’ lives and deaths. Native media posited that the ladies might have been looking for asylum in Australia. In that case, it will be an echo of a case of two Saudi sisters in New York, whose our bodies had been present in 2018 on the bank of the Hudson River. Their deaths had been dominated a suicide; that they had requested asylum in the USA, the police mentioned, and had mentioned they’d moderately kill themselves than return to Saudi Arabia.
Within the Australian case, staff within the ladies’s constructing mentioned they had been secretive and appeared nervous and scared, in accordance with The Sydney Morning Herald. The ladies had informed the constructing supervisor that they thought somebody was tampering with their meals deliveries.
The police declined to reply questions in regards to the sisters’ citizenship or asylum standing. Detective Allcroft mentioned that there was no data indicating that the sisters had tried to flee Saudi Arabia, and that the ladies’s household of their dwelling nation, who’re serving to with the investigation, weren’t underneath suspicion.
In March, the authorities carried out a welfare verify on the sisters after the constructing supervisor turned involved about them, reporting that their meals had been unnoticed within the condo constructing’s frequent areas. At that time, Detective Allcroft mentioned, “they appeared high-quality, and there was no additional motion from police required at that stage.”
The police had been known as to the condo for one more welfare verify on June 7 and located the sisters’ our bodies. That decision from the owner got here after the sisters had didn’t pay lease, in accordance with native media.
A autopsy examination was carried out on June 9 and 10, however the coroner has not handed down a discovering, the police mentioned. Toxicology outcomes are additionally pending.