Missing Toowong Woman, After it was determined that an elderly woman who had been reported missing was actually dead, a significant police investigation has been opened, and the trash cans at an apartment complex have been seized. Lesley Trotter, who is 78 years old, had her last known contact with relatives at 11 a.m. on March 27, and she was not to be found at her Toowong, Brisbane, residence when the police performed a check of the property the next day. On the other hand, Ms. Toowong forgot to take her wallet and cell phone with her when she left the house.
Detective Superintendent Andrew Massingham stated that the homicide investigation unit has been involved in the case, but he did not provide any other information about the circumstances surrounding her passing.
‘Regrettably, the investigations that took place yesterday afternoon and far into the evening brought us to the realization that Mrs. Trotter has passed away,’ he stated. “We believe her death occurred close to her unit block on Maryvale St, Toowong, and we currently have two crime scenes set up in that area,” you said. “We are currently conducting an investigation into the circumstances surrounding her death.”
It is thought that bins at the residence were taken due to the fact that Ms. Trotter frequently sorted recycling. in the trash located outside of her house as well as the trash located on neighboring properties. According to what he said, “We have not ruled out the possibility that this action, in some way, is linked to her death.” I requested that detectives from the homicide division join us in discussing this situation, and they graciously complied with my request. However, at this point in time, we are unable to determine whether or not the death was suspicious.