This was published 17 years ago Police baffled by family's death November 27, — The house she lived in with her de facto husband and their son, set in a quiet street of the southern Sydney beach suburb, was the scene on Sunday night of a happy party, neighbours told police.
It was the last time anyone saw them alive. Advertisement Yesterday, two red and white Santa Clause cut-outs adorned the Free chatlines in Nowra living room window of the cream weatherboard home in Taronga Parade.
By mid-morning yesterday, police were quizzing residents after a neighbour phoned and said he had seen the husband slumped dead in the backyard. The family's two cocker spaniels were barking inside the house.
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The woman was found dead inside the home by police who arrived with ambulance officers.
She had met a violent death, though police would not elaborate. But the couple's son was nowhere to be found and so an urgent search of the yard and its surrounds Latin chat Melton commenced.
The boy's body spotted by an ambulance officer at the bottom of the pool in the back yard, said Miranda Police local area commander, Superintendent Reg Mahoney. The couple - both Free counselling South Brisbane in their mids - were in a de facto relationship, a neighbour said.
Jewish singles groups in Marrickville Their names had not been released last night. One Taronga Parade resident, Doug Bruce, said the family had lived in the street ever since their son was born, and kept mainly to themselves. It stuns us a bit. Scientific police also took possession for analysis of a soft drink can found lying near the man's body.
Superintendent Mahoney said it appeared all three may have died sometime during the pre-dawn hours of Monday.