- The bodies of Jesse Baird and Luke Davies were found on Tuesday
- Relatives arrived at the crime scene that night.
- Sea of flowers abandoned outside the house where the couple was allegedly killed
- READ MORE: Inside Beau Lamarre-Condon’s life of luxury
In scenes reminiscent of the days after Princess Diana’s death, a sea of flowers have been left outside the house where police allege TV presenter Jesse Baird and fellow flight attendant Luke Davies were murdered.
The human remains, believed to belong to the loved-up couple, were discovered stuffed inside surf bags and buried in a solitary grave in a bush on Tuesday afternoon.
Baird, 26, and Davies, 29, had spent the night before their alleged murders partying at the Beresford Hotel club in Surry Hills with friends before returning to the terrace house rented for $1.5 million. from the former Channel 10 roving reporter in Paddington.
According to court documents, Mr Baird and Mr Davies were allegedly murdered by NSW Police Senior Constable Beau Lamarre-Condon at the scene sometime between 12.01am and 5.30pm on Monday February 19th.
A sea of flowers was left outside the house where police allege TV presenter Jesse Baird and fellow flight attendant Luke Davies were murdered (pictured)
Beau Lamarre-Condon has been charged with the double murder of Baird, 26, and Davies, 29.
Lamarre-Condon is alleged to have driven to the Southern Tablelands last Wednesday in a van rented from an acquaintance and purchased an angle driver and lock along the way.
But police failed to discover their bodies for more than a week after Lamarre-Condon allegedly hired a white HiAce van to hide them on a remote farm property in Bungonia, about 180 kilometers southwest of Sydney.
He is alleged to have then returned to the scene to move the bodies to another location in Bungonia, about a 20-minute drive away.
In the days since the couple was reported missing, friends, family and members of the public have turned up at Mr Baird’s Paddington home to leave floral tributes.
Dozens of bouquets of sunflowers, roses, dahlias, chrysanthemums and tulips are now attached to the iron gates of the property in a tribute reminiscent of the mountains of flowers left in public places after the death of Princess Diana.
Another of Jesse’s relatives also arrived, traveling alone in a black vehicle.
Heartbroken friends and loved ones on Tuesday paid their respects at the Paddington home where Baird and Davies were allegedly murdered by Lamarre-Condon using his police gun.
Dozens of bouquets of sunflowers, roses, dahlias, chrysanthemums and tulips are now attached to the iron gates of the property in a tribute reminiscent of the mountains of flowers abandoned in public places after the death of Princess Diana.
A photo of Luke, which was widely circulated in the press and on social media after his disappearance, was propped next to flowers.
Devastated relatives of Jesse Baird also visited the graves of the Channel 10 presenter and Mr Davies on Tuesday night.
Four members of Mr Baird’s family, sitting in a blue car with Victorian plates, were followed by another relative traveling alone in a black four-wheel drive vehicle.
They all looked solemn as they spoke to police and were escorted by several women wearing sunglasses to hide their pain.
After arriving at the scene, officers took the group to the location where the couple’s bodies were found inside surf bags, covered in dirt and rocks, next to a fence in bushes along Jerrara Road.
Relatives spent about 15 minutes with Mr Baird’s body before leaving the scene.
About 180 kilometers away, devastated friends of Baird and Davies gathered on Brontë Beach for a vigil.
Lamarre-Condon is currently at the Silverwater Correctional Complex in western Sydney..
His matter is before the courts.
Flowers left at the gates of Kensington Palace in London after the death of Diana, Princess of Wales