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Sabrina Bremer. Photo Facebook
Sabrina Bremer. Photo Facebook

A woman whose burning body was found tied to a tree in Tweed bushland on Friday morning has been identified as 34-year-old Logan woman Sabrina Bremer.

Ms Bremer’s distraught 15-year-old daughter had taken to Facebook to find her after she failed to return home after visiting Logan police station on Monday.

Ms Bremer left the police station, where she had been charged with drug offences, and rang her partner to say she was coming home but never arrived.

Her burning body was found in bushland by a passing driver at the side of Pollards Road, Dulguigan, at about 7.30am on Friday.

Just hours before, her daughter had posted on Facebook, ‘has anyone seen my mum? …nobody’s seen her since Monday its f**king serious.’

She also reported her mother’s disappearance to police.

Police say she had been tied to the tree before being set alight.

Strike Force Faringdon was established by investigators from the State Crime Command’s Homicide Squad and Tweed-Byron Local Area Command to investigate the circumstances surrounding the suspected murder.

Police are continuing to piece together Ms Bremer’s movements throughout the week and are appealing for anyone who may have seen or spoken with her during this time to come forward.

She was last seen wearing a black jumper with a red T-shirt underneath, and light-blue jeans with rips in the knees.

Anyone with information is encouraged to call Crime Stoppers on 1800 333 000 or use the Crime Stoppers online reporting page

 


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