Suspected cop killer Beau Lamarre-Condon is believed to have undergone surgery hours after being accused of shooting dead TV presenter Jesse Baird and his lover, stewardess Luke Davies.
The celebrity hunter-turned-cop is said to have been booked in for a stomach operation last Tuesday, 24 hours after Baird, 26, and Davies, 29, were allegedly murdered.
A timeline outlined yesterday by NSW Police Deputy Commissioner David Hudson alleges Lamarre-Condon, 28, shot the lovers at Baird’s home in Paddington, eastern Sydney, at 9.50am am last Monday.
Lamarre-Condon is alleged to have rented a white Toyota HiAce van at Sydney Airport before returning to the $3 million rented terrace house to collect their bodies on Monday night when the van was caught outside the house on CCTV. .
On Tuesday, police allege the officer made “partial confessions” about the murders to an acquaintance, but the alarm was not raised until Wednesday after the couple’s bloodied clothes and belongings were found in a bin in Cronulla, in South Sydney.
Lamarre-Condon is believed to have been admitted to the hospital for outpatient surgery last Tuesday, a day after the alleged shooting. 2GB reported.
The revelation comes after police revealed blood had been discovered in bushland as the search for Baird and Davies’ bodies continues.
Police believe alleged cop killer Beau Lamarre-Condon underwent surgery hours after being accused of shooting dead TV presenter Jesse Baird and his lover, stewardess Luke Davies.
Beaul Lamarre-Condon was reportedly scheduled for stomach surgery last Tuesday, 24 hours after Jesse Baird, 26, and Davies, 29, were allegedly murdered.
Police allege Beau Lamarre-Condon, 28, shot the lovers at 9.50am on Monday at Jesse Baird’s home in Paddington, in Sydney’s east.
The day after the surgery, Lamarre-Condon is alleged to have driven the van 180 kilometers south of Sydney to Bungonia with an acquaintance to a remote property in an apparent attempt to dispose of the bodies at one of several dams.
He is alleged to have purchased and used an angle screwdriver to cut a padlock and gain access to the property while the acquaintance stood for 30 minutes.
He later drove back to Sydney and allegedly bought weights at a Sydney department store at 11pm on Wednesday before returning alone to Bungonia again.
Police have not specified which department stores are open at that time of Wednesday night.
The van apparently left the Bungonia area around 4:30 a.m. Thursday in a possible attempt to move the bodies to a new location, according to police.
“We believe it is possible that the defendant, in that time frame, may have returned to that property, recovered the bodies and disposed of them elsewhere,” Hudson said.
“We’re still working on that theory and obviously we’re just getting started and we’ve done significant research around it.”
Lamarre-Condon is alleged to have purchased and used an angle screwdriver to cut a padlock and gain access to the property while the acquaintance stood for 30 minutes.
NSW Police Deputy Commissioner David Hudson revealed key gaps in the chronology of Beau Lamarre-Condon’s movements
The Toyota HiAce van rented by Beau Lamarre-Condon was found in Grays Point, in Sydney’s south, on Friday morning after it was handed over to police.
Beau Lamarre-Condon (pictured in handcuffs) handed himself in to police at Bondi police station at 10.39am on Friday.
Lamarre-Condon then allegedly drove the van to Newcastle, 165km north of Sydney, arriving around 8.30pm at the home of her police officer friend Renee Fortuna, where she allegedly borrowed a hose to clean the vehicle.
It is alleged he then drove back to Sydney, to his uncle Brian Lamarre’s home in Grays Point, in Sydney’s south, before dawn on Friday morning and then handed himself in at Bondi police station at 10.39am. A.M
He was later accused of the murder of the two missing people.
Beau Lamarre-Condon allegedly drove the van to Newcastle, 165km north of Sydney, arriving around 8.30pm at the home of his police officer friend Renee Fortuna (pictured), where he allegedly borrowed a hose to clean the vehicle.
Police revealed on Tuesday that blood had been found at Grays Point Oval, in Sydney’s south, as the search continues for the bodies of the missing couple.
A passerby saw the blood and police immediately cordoned off the area.
Police believe the blood may have come from the slaughter of deer in the area overnight. news.com.au reported.
On Monday night, a close friend of Jesse Baird dismissed suggestions that Lamarre-Condon was a former lover of the roving Studio 10 reporter.
‘Jesse had a brief encounter with Beau. “It wasn’t her ex-boyfriend,” said television producer Isaac Müller on the 7:30 a.m. program on the ABC network.
“They never went out.”
Corey-Dean Thorpe, a good friend of Baird who was previously in a relationship with him for five years, told Daily Mail Australia that rumors that Baird and Lamarre-Condon were lovers were not true.
He said Lamarre-Condon had feelings for Baird that were unrequited, and that Baird was eventually forced to end their friendship when the serving New South Wales police officer posted videos on Instagram falsely suggesting they were a couple.
Last November, Thorpe even helped Baird compose a text message to Lamarre-Condon telling the police officer that he had overstepped the boundaries of their friendship and that they should no longer see each other.
The text concluded: “I would appreciate it if you would refrain from contacting me.”
Channel 10 news presenter Hugh Riminton said Baird was enjoying the new relationship with Davies, who had only moved to Sydney from Brisbane four months ago.
“I had found this new love and had told many of my colleagues about my joy at finding Luke,” Riminton said.
Police say they are now focused on finding the bodies of the missing men.
“No one has taken us to the body, so it’s taking a long time,” New South Wales Police Commissioner Karen Webb told Nine’s Today program on Tuesday.
‘There is a law: no parole, no body… We really need to find Jesse and Luke.
“Detectives are going through every piece of evidence, taking new evidence and really leaving no stone unturned in trying to locate Jessie and Luke.”