An Australian woman who became homeless after she moved to Washington DC was found dead after telling her mother she was & # 39; ready to go back & # 39; and asked her to take her home.
Meghan Godfrey, 27, from Yungaburra, Queensland, lived on the street after allegedly being robbed of her wallet and ID.
She was reported missing last week by her mother who had traveled to the US to take her home.
Local women's organizations, HER Resiliency Center, published photos on social media on Sunday hoping to locate Meghan last Friday seen at Washington's Union Station and described himself in a & # 39; vulnerable state & # 39; found.
Meghan Godfrey, 27, from Yungaburra, Queensland, was found dead at the foot of a building at George Washington University
The Australian woman became homeless after being robbed of her ID and wallet. Photos showed her sitting on the street outside a building
Women & # 39; s outreach organization, HER Resiliency Center, published Sunday photos & # 39; s on social media hoping to locate Meghan last seen on Washington Union Station on Friday and described in a & # 39 ; vulnerable state & # 39;
The center revealed that Meghan had emailed her mother two weeks earlier requesting that she take her home and say that she was & # 39; ready to go back & # 39 ;.
& # 39; At the start of this week, our outreach team met a woman who was traveling from Australia looking for her missing daughter (Meghan Godfrey), who had recently been seen in Washington D.C.
& # 39; The daughter is in a vulnerable state, has stolen her wallet / ID and currently lives on the street. We can't find her since Friday. Photos of her are listed below in the hope that one of you may have seen her more recently. & # 39;
& # 39; The daughter sent an email to her mother two weeks ago asking her to take her home … that she & # 39; is ready to go back & # 39 ;. That's why her mother is here.
& # 39; She's not leaving until her daughter is found, & # 39; read the post.
In one photo, the messy woman was out on the street outside a building with a carrying case, cigarettes and a fast-food takeaway.
Hours later, an HER representative confirmed that Meghan was found dead.
It was revealed that Meghan had e-mailed her mother about two weeks earlier requesting to take her home with the message that she was & # 39; ready to go back & # 39;
Meghan reportedly emailed her mother two weeks earlier requesting to take her home with the message that she was & # 39; ready to go back & # 39;
Mrs Godfrey's mother is expected to formally identify her body and then begin the process of bringing her to Australia
George Washington University campus in Washington DC
& # 39; We are sad that we leaned earlier tonight that Meghan is no longer with us. "We hope she is at peace and praying for her family," said Natasha Guynes.
Meghan & # 39; s photo also circulated after social media National system for missing and unidentified persons released a report that revealed that an unknown woman was found at the bottom of a building on George Washington University campus.
The US government agency shared a call alongside a composite image they created of the woman, discovered on July 16
The US government agency shared a call alongside a composite image they created of the woman, discovered on July 16.
Despite her extensive injuries from the fall, the report states that she still has a relatively recognizable & # 39; recognizable face & # 39; had.
From that image the members of the community corresponded with those of Mrs. Godfrey.
An eagle-eyed person noted that in composite creation the woman wore the same patterned top as Mrs. Godfrey wore in a recent street photo that authorities were informed and the correct channels were investigated.
Administrators of the group where the connection was first recorded have since confirmed that the ID & # 39; s match.
& # 39; Following the tips, the police have linked the deceased woman's fingerprints to Meghan's prints and are formally identifying her & # 39;
Mrs Godfrey's mother is expected to formally identify her body and then begin the process of bringing her to Australia.
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