Tragic end to month-long search for missing 28-year-old woman when her body is found – and her heartbroken mother reveals her cause of death
- Sarah Weatherstone was last seen leaving a factory on March 23
- Her body was found Friday, police said
The desperate, month-long search for a 28-year-old woman who last left a factory in Melbourne has ended in tragedy.
Sarah Weatherstone’s body was found Friday in Narre Warren, in the southeast of the city, police said.
She was last seen on March 23.
Sarah Weatherstone’s body was found on Friday in Narre Warren, south-east Melbourne, police said
Sarah’s heartbroken mother Judith Weatherstone said her daughter died by ‘accidental suicide’
Sarah’s heartbroken mother Judith Weatherstone said her daughter died by “accidental suicide” in an emotional tribute on social media.
“It is with a heavy heart that Stephen, Josh and I would like to let everyone know that we learned today that our beautiful daughter Sarah has accidentally committed suicide,” she said.
Rest in peace beauty, forever in our hearts.
“Thank you for the support and love over the past 5 weeks.”
Victoria Police said Sarah’s death was not being treated as suspicious.
Sarah Weatherstone was last seen exiting a factory in Narre Warren on March 23 at around 4:30 p.m.
Sarah would celebrate her 28th birthday with loved ones on April 13
Sarah, from Wantirna in the east of the city, was last seen leaving a factory on Vespa Drive in Narre Warren at around 4:30pm on March 23.
She was scheduled to celebrate her 28th birthday with loved ones on April 13 and later take a family trip to Queensland.
Sarah suffered from borderline personality disorder.
Victoria Police conducted a three-day search in the Hallam Valley Wetlands after Sarah was reported missing.
The search was assisted by the Air Wing, Search and Rescue, SES, police drones and the Mounted Branch.
Senior Officer Adam Read said police found no property belonging to Sarah during the search.
One key item agents were looking for was Sarah’s phone, which last pinged on March 24, prompting agents to comb through the wetlands.
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