A woman who had been thrown 30 meters from the balcony of an apartment reportedly heard a fight with her ex-girlfriend just before she died.
Shuyu Zhou, 23, was found dead Monday night after falling from the fifth floor of the apartment complex in Zetland in eastern Sydney.
Her ex-partner Zixi Wang (29) was arrested Tuesday in Wollongong and is accused of her murder.
Ms. Zhou would have gone to the apartment around 9 p.m. to collect her things before a fight arose.
Shuyu Zhou & # 39; s former partner Zixi Wang (photo) 29, was arrested Tuesday in Wollongong and is charged with her murder. It is believed that Mrs. Zhou went to the apartment to collect her things
Forensic officers on the balcony of a Zetland unit, in downtown Sydney, where a woman died on Monday morning
Neighbors said they had heard loud shouts and arguments between the two women who came from the unit.
& # 39; There was a big argument of what we could distinguish, someone screamed, it was a throat sound and sometimes sounded like a child crying and being told, & # 39; told neighbor Anastasia Eden The Daily Telegraph.
& # 39; Next, I know, there was more screaming and we later looked out the window and saw a body hanging over the fence and blood on the sidewalk. & # 39;
A woman who had visited another resident in the building at the time said it sounded like someone was dying there, according to the Sydney Morning Herald.
Another neighbor said that she & # 39; about 10 minutes intermittently painful yelling & # 39; heard.
& # 39; They were fighting for 10 minutes, it was painfully screaming. It sounded like a man and a woman who knew each other, & the neighbor said.
Mrs. Zhou fell from the Rose Valley Way block and onto a colored fence. She died shortly thereafter.
It is clear that Mrs. Wang blocked the unit in a white Mercedes Benz that belonged to the dead woman in the hours after the incident.
The police publicly asked for help locating Mrs. Wang, describing the car she thought she was driving.
Forensic officers inspect the handrails that the woman went through before they found her dead
Police officers (photos & # 39; s) were investigating after a suspected murder took place on Monday evening
A member of the public saw Mrs. Wang on Sea Cliff Bridge, north of Wollongong, on Tuesday at 3 p.m. and contacted the police. She was arrested shortly thereafter.
It was a dog runner named James who saw Wang. He called 2GB radio to say he had found her.
& # 39; I think I found the car … I am (near) Sea Cliff Bridge in Wollongong, & # 39; he said in the air.
& # 39; She was sitting on the second rail that hung over, I was almost going to grab her, but she came down again.
& # 39; I pretended to stroke my dog to take away the attention of everything that was happening in the area.
& # 39; When she moved north, I followed 100 meters behind me, and when she passed me, I kept a safe distance. & # 39;
Property records indicated that Mrs. Wang owned the $ 1.8 million apartment with another person with the same last name.
She arrived from Beijing in China in Australia and studied at the University of Adealiade before moving to Sydney.
Officers were initially called at 8.45 a.m. by neighbors in the interior of the city, who were ten minutes & # 39; painful yelling & # 39; heard.
The woman's body was found in a narrow footpath at the back of the building under the unit's balcony, the force of the shock crushing a sturdy metal fence.
Around 3.30 pm the 29-year-old Tuesday was arrested at the Sea Cliff Bridge, north of Wollongong, where she was found with the missing car
The woman reportedly suffered other injuries before going over the meter-high railings
She reportedly suffered other injuries before crossing the meter-high railings.
The two women are supposed to have been in a relationship but have recently divorced.
Chief Inspector Hodder said officers were faced with & # 39; a terrible scene & # 39; when they responded to the call.
& # 39; Every fall from a building is a tragic sight, & # 39; he said.
The police do not yet know exactly what Wang was doing in the apartment.
Forensic officers saw the apartment search Tuesday morning while detectives escorted the neighbors to be interviewed.
Anyone with information about this incident is requested to contact Crime Stoppers: 1800 333 000 or https://nsw.crimestoppers.com.au.
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