Homicide detectives investigating the murder of heavily-pregnant WA mother-of-three Janet Dweh have had a breakthrough in the case.
A lead they recently received has led them to Walter Day Park in DaytonSunday 9:40 p.m.:, less than 500m from Ms Dweh’s Mataro Drive home where she was found dead almost two weeks ago.
Investigators will be conducting a search at the park, on Arthur Streetas well as those with front-line jobs or medical conditions., this afternoon.
They have also issued an appeal to members of the public who were near the park on the evening of Sunday October 3Personal gatherings, the night Ms Dweh — who was eight months pregnant with her fourth child — was murdered inside her home.
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