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Inner Western Courier Thursday Not Used Anymore : December 17th 2008
MB INNER-WEST WEEKLY, Thursday, December 18, 2008 5 SILLY SEASON MADNESS www.innerwestweekly.com.au Bones found on balcony FIONA BRADY The Orpington St, Ashfield, unit block where the bones were found on Saturday. Do you know the whereabouts of Elizabeth Sextro? Tell us at www.innerwestweekly.com.au THE gruesome discovery of a bag of human bones on the balcony of an Ashfield unit has raised specu- lation that a former resident of the unit was killed by her husband. The remains, which were wrapped in orange plastic and masking tape, were topped with a tarpaulin and fertiliser soil. They were discovered on the balcony of the Orpington St unit by a contract cleaner at 10.15am on Saturday. An autopsy has confirmed the bones were that of a woman. Suspicions have been raised that they are the remains of Elizabeth Sextro who lived in the unit with her husband Werner. Mrs Sextro has not been seen since 2000, but police say her husband had told neighbours that she had returned to Germany to look after a sick relative. Mr Sextro died in September in a Burwood nursing home at the age of 78. Ashfield crime manager Det- Insp Tim Calman said police suspected that the remains might be Mrs Sextro's ''on the basis that we're not, at the present time, able to ascertain (her) whereabouts''. But he said checks were taking place to find out if she had left the country. ''All that's come so far from the autopsy result is that it is a female and there are no visible signs of injury that led to the death,'' he said. ''We are not able to establish the age of the remains or the length of time they've been there.'' The Sextros, who were both German nationals, are believed to have lived in Australia for 30 years. Mr Calman said the police in- vestigation might involve a DNA analysis with one of Mrs Sextro's relatives in Germany. Fight ends in death Mohamad Omar A PUNCHBOWL man has been stabbed to death in a fight at a Homebush restaurant. The incident happened shortly before 2am on Sunday at Beirut By Night on Parramatta Rd. The victim has been named as Mohamad Omar, 24. He was treated at the scene before being taken by ambulance to Westmead Hospital where he died a short time later. A daily newspaper has reported that he died in the arms of his pregnant girlfriend. Two other men, aged 22 and 32, were also taken by ambulance to Westmead Hospital suffering stab wounds but were expected to be released on Sunday. A special strike force has been set up to investigate the incident. $100,000 to find a killer THE killer of another German national who died in his Ashfield home in February this year is still not known. Bernd Lehmann, 66, was found battered to death in his Alt St home on Valentine's Day. Police believe the killer was known to Mr Lehmann. A $100,000 reward is on offer for information leading to the arrest of those who murdered Mr Lehmann. Permanence is built on 30+ years of industry leadership and success stories Visit us at www.permanence.com.au We invite you for a FREE 1/2 Hour consultation valued at $60. Call us today on: Embarrassed by ugly unwanted hair? Want a permanent hair solution that's not laser and guarantees to get rid of your unwanted hair forever? You are not alone! At Permanence our unique multi-probe electrolysis treatment which is suitable for men and women, has transformed the appearance of thousands of people, enabling them to re-claim their confidence. The treatment is scientifically & medically proven to be safe & effective. It is backed by the Permanence 100% guarantee City : 428 George Street ............ 9221 8594 Drummoyne:170 Victoria Road .... 9719 1391 LIDCOMBE Factory Outlet adidas Factory Outlet 55-59 Parramatta Road Lidcombe 2141 Phone 9748 0577 Extended trading hours from 15/12/08 - 24/12/08 WIN AN XBOX 360! ONE TO BE WON EVERY WEEK* SPEND $150 TO ENTER THE DRAW *Promotion commences 4/12/2008 and finishes 24/12/2008. See in store for full terms and conditions. Authorised under NSW Permit number LTPS/08/12230.
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