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About 5.30pm, officers attached to Ryde Local Area Command were called to Barombah Road, where they found the body of a 26-year-old man in the wheelie bin.

Following an investigation, a 26-year-old Korean national was arrested at Eastwood at about 6pm on Monday (August 24).

He was taken to Ryde Police Station and interviewed by detectives before being released into the custody of the Department of Immigration and Border Protection. He was taken to Villawood Detention Centre.

Yesterday (Wednesday 26 August 2015), the 26-year-old man was again arrested at Villawood Detention Centre and taken to Fairfield Police Station.

He was charged with murder and refused bail to appear Fairfield Local Court today.

 


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