The body of a woman buried in the Alderley block of units identified as Tanya Lee Glover, eight months after the remains were found by cleaners in the Brisbane compound
The body of a woman found wrapped in bedding and buried in a Besser block wall in Brisbane has been identified, months after the grim discovery.
Cleaners found human remains in the garage of an Alderley unit block in the north of the city last December.
Queensland homicide detectives, in collaboration with the Australian Federal Police, have spent the last eight months investigating the remains of the woman.
The woman has been identified as 38-year-old Tanya Lee Glover.
Initial investigations indicate that he moved to Queensland from New South Wales in 2006 and lived in Brisbane’s inner city Fortitude Valley until 2010. He also had vision and hearing problems.
Tanya Lee Glover has been identified as the woman whose remains were located in Alderley on December 7, 2022.
The researchers are now looking at Ms Glover’s “interactions” between 2006 and 2010 and would like to hear from anyone who has met her during this period.
Ms Glover was not formally known to Queensland Police, and no missing persons reports were ever made on her.
Police revealed at the time of the grim discovery that “there was trauma to the body.”
“Investigations have revealed that the woman has been dead for at least seven years and her body is believed to have been in the unit block where she was kept in early December, during that time period,” Detective Superintendent Andrew Massingham said.
Anyone with information about Ms Glover is asked to call Crimestoppers on 1800 333 000.