7NEWS Australia published this video item, entitled “Charlise Mutten suffered a shotgun wound before her death says NSW Police | 7NEWS” – below is their description.
Detectives investigating the murder of Charlise Mutten have revealed distressing new details of how the 9-year-old’s life was tragically cut short. She died after suffering a shotgun wound.
New security video shows how her remains were driven across Sydney.
Officers are searching for the gun and hoping for more vital evidence from the public.
New vision shows what police allege is the step dad caught carrying out the darkest of deeds having shot his 9-year-old step daughter. Detectives say that Justin Stein was driving a red Holden Colorado ute around Sydney trying to dispose of her remains.
The video is crucial evidence for police as they piece together a timeline for the final hours of Charlise Mutten’s young life.
Police today revealed their post mortem which confirmed how the young girl died.
“I can now disclose that cause of death, Charlise was, that she suffered a fatal gunshot wound and that’s how she died” – NSW Police Detective Superintendent Danny Doherty.
They still don’t know why, a clear motive eluding officers.
Police have re-interviewed her mother.
First spotted at the BP Marsden Park, just before 6pm on Thursday 13th January 2022 was the boat and tray of the ute covered over,. perhaps to conceal the plastic barrel and its tragic contents.
Just after 7pm, police say Justin Stein again drove along Victoria Road at Drummoyne. Then minutes later on Bayswater Street in Drummoyne, he was seen heading to the boat ramp.
Early the following morning police say Stein made another attempt to offload the barrel, stopping at the Windsor Boat Ramp for ten minutes.
He then headed to the Colo River Jetty before finally dumping the drum on the edge of Lower Colo Road.
Today the search continued for both a murder weapon and a location where Charlise Mutten was shot.
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