Beloved grandmother found dead in thicket after disappearing for two weeks
- Perth woman, Julie Ann Cooper, 55, was last seen by her family on August 17
- The police spokesman confirmed that Ms. Cooper's bank cards had been accessed
- 31 years old man arrested and is helping the police with hisquiries
The body of a woman reported missing in Perth last week was found by police investigators.
Julie Anne Cooper, 55, was last seen on August 17, and after not communicating with her family, a report of missing persons was presented.
The detectives spent the morning searching for bushes in Ashendon before discovering human remains that they believed belonged to Mrs. Cooper.
Last week, Perth's family, Julie Anne Cooper, 55, was reported missing by her family
Police at the scene in Ashendon, where it is believed that the remains of Ms. Cooper were found
The forensic experts were also at the scene of the crime.
As part of the ongoing investigation, Senior Detective Sergeant Manus Walsh said authorities were waiting for Ms. Cooper's 2006 Toyota Camry Silver, with the registration number 1CGT526.
Walsh believes that those plates have been illegally changed since then.
(It) has possibly been involved in what could have been a legal transaction and we are trying to find out where that vehicle is, "he said.
"There has been an exchange that has led to that vehicle going to another person, whose exact details we are still investigating."
Daily Mail Australia also understands that Ms. Cooper's bank cards have been used fraudulently.
Ms. Cooper owned the 2006 Toyota Camry silver, registration 1CGT 526 (above)
Police arrested a 31-year-old man on Wednesday who continues to help with investigations.
Mr. Walsh urged anyone with information about Ms. Cooper or her vehicle to call Crime Stoppers at 1800 333 000.