Man arrested after Sydney woman found dead



A Sydney woman killed in Penrith was a mother of two in a new relationship.

A Man used to be arrested after she was found dead in a unit in western Sydney on Monday afternoon.

Domestic violence journalist and campaigner Sherele Moody identified the woman as 28-year-old Dayna Isaac.

“Dayna was a mother of two daughters,” Ms Moody said.

‘She had known Man was suspected of killing her for some time, but their friendship only turned into a relationship in recent months.”

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Her burnt-out car was found in nearby bushland and is under investigation.

The police were informed by a relative of the murdered woman.

The NSW Police tactical operations unit arrested a 32 year old Man Tuesday morning at a house three miles away in Cranebrook.

“We are aware that there was a relationship between the two,” acting superintendent Carlene Mahoney told reporters Tuesday.

“It was a long relationship as a friendship and has become more intimate in recent months and that’s as far as we know.”

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The Man is detained at Penrith Police Station.

Supt Mahoney added that he had recorded previous domestic violence incidents.



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