• Mystery deepens on identity of Australia suitcase child


    ADELAIDE: Skeletal remains found in a suitcase near a highway are likely a young girl who may have been killed up to eight years ago, Australian police said Friday, as they struggle to solve the mystery murder. Detectives called for help from the public a week after the bones were discovered by a passer-by in bushland close to Wynarka, a small town about 130 kilometers southeast of Adelaide. The girl’s identity is not known and a man aged about 60, seen carrying a suitcase in the area some weeks ago, is being sought by police, Detective Superintendent Des Bray said. Bray said the girl could have died some years ago as the clothing she was found with, including a black tutu, a pink shoe, a “Dora the Explorer” purple top and red sports shorts, dated as far back at 2007.



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