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The mystery surrounding the gruesome death of Nicole Cartwright (pictured) has deepened
The mystery surrounding the gruesome murder of a woman who was found dead in a park with a dog collar around her neck has taken another baffling turn.
Nicole Cartwright’s body was discovered at Buffalo Creek Reserve in the affluent Sydney suburb of Hunters Hill on October 3.
‘(Ms Cartwright) had injuries consistent with an assault but those injuries did not kill her,’ a police source said, adding that her cause of death was still unknown.
Detectives found Ms Cartwright’s belongings at the park – but her mobile phone was notably missing.
Police have sifted through her phone records and data, but have so far refused to reveal what they have found.
Detective Superintendent Scott Cook said police were ‘working through the vast amounts of information received’ after appealing for public information last week.
An autopsy revealed the 32-year-old had been badly bashed, but found she did not die from those injuries
A woman is overcome by emotion at a community vigil in memory of Ms Cartwright this week
‘It is very clear that Nicole was a great friend and well-liked, and members of the community are providing whatever information they can to help us provide answers about her death to her family,’ he told the publication.
‘That said, we are still piecing her final movements together – and anyone who spoke with or saw Nicole over the long weekend is urged to get in touch with us as soon as possible.’
Ms Cartwright stopped using social media for months before she died, deleting her Facebook account and not posting on Instagram since April 17.
Her friend Lisa said it was out of character for Ms Cartwright not to contact her on social media.
Nicole Cartwright (pictured with a friend) was found dead at a Sydney park on Wednesday October 3
‘We were in contact a fair bit…. if she ever had a problem she would message me and I would try and give the best advice I possibly could,’ Lisa told the .
‘But the last couple of months of her life… I don’t know, because she disappeared off Facebook. She just disappeared.’
It took a week from when Ms Cartwright’s body was found until she was formally identified by police.
Lisa said she contacted police after seeing Ms Cartwright’s photo – revealing she had information which may lead to her killer being uncovered.
‘Yes I have suspicions… someone she had spoken to me about. That’s why I went to Crime Stoppers. Every bit of information helps.’
When Nicole Cartwright wasn’t out visiting friends, she was doing what she loved most – caring for her parents.
Ms Cartwright regularly walked her dog Bella (pictured) through local parks, a deliberate effort to aid in her ongoing battle against mental health
Ms Cartwright (pictured) lived with her parents at their home in Lansvale, in Sydney’s west
The ‘bubbly’ woman still lived at home with her mum Brenda and dad Terry.
In the aftermath of her shocking death, friends have recounted how Ms Cartwright proudly cared for her parents and relished that role.
Her older brother Ben lived nearby with his wife Jackie, but Ms Cartwright still lived at the family’s Lansvale home, in Sydney’s south west.
‘Her parents are older, she was always at home looking after them,’ a friend said.
‘She was in love with animals… she loved dogs especially. She was a really kind hearted person.’
Now police fear that kind-heartedness might have been what her killer preyed upon.
Ms Cartwright was last seen alive on September 30 at 9.14pm, when she CCTV captured her at Museum train station in the city.
They are now piecing together who she met with and what happened in the three days before she was found dead.
Her body was found severely injured and with her hands tied together at Buffalo Creek Reserve (pictured) at Hunter’s Hill, on Sydney’s lower north shore, on September 30
Friends said they noticed Ms Cartwright’s demeanour change over the last six months, when she began to discover online sexual fetish websites.
‘She was posting pictures of herself in corsets and skimpy dresses and saying that she was ”nasty”… I asked her, are you OK?’ the friend said.
‘We also both had depression and mental health issues, so we often talked about that. She was into some kind of BDSM and alternate sex.’
Her social media posts used to be filled with plush toys, her beloved black Labrador Bella and food pictures.
More recently, Ms Cartwright began posting photos of herself in dark makeup. She wore collars and chokers and dyed her hair different colours.
It’s understood she broke up with a boyfriend a few months ago, but police are still working to establish her more recent dating habits.
The park where Ms Cartwright’s body was found (pictured) was almost 30 kilometres from the home she shared with her parents. Terry and Brenda Cartwright reported her missing after hearing a report about the grim discovery
Two days later on Sunday, September 30, she was spotted tapping her opal card at a gate at Ashfield train station at 8.42pm
A high school boyfriend, who met Ms Cartwright when they were both students at Canley Vale High told Daily Mail Australia she was a ‘bubbly’ girl.
‘Nicole was a fun loving girl who would help anyone out and just loved life,’ he said.
‘She was always joking, smiling and laughing. She had a really bubbly personality.’
A local council worker made the grim discovery of Ms Cartwright’s boy at 7.30am on October 3 at Buffalo Creek Reserve in Hunter’s Hill, on Sydney’s lower north shore.
She had gruesome head injuries, had her hands tied behind her back and was covered in a blanket.
Drag marks up to 30 metres long were spotted nearby, indicating she may have been killed elsewhere before being dumped at the park.
Friends say the change may have been to do with her use of fetish websites and dating apps
Prior to her ‘dark’ online posts, Ms Cartwright would regularly share photos of her plush toy collection (pictured)
Some 30 kilometres away at their family home in Lansvale, in Sydney’s west, Mr and Mrs Cartwright were unaware their daughter was in trouble.
‘She wasn’t really missing — she lived here but it wasn’t unusual for her to leave for a week or so,’ her father Terry Cartwright told .
‘We heard the description report (on the news) and thought something was off.’
A close friend told Daily Mail Australia that she used to chat regularly with Ms Cartwright until she suddenly removed her accounts.
‘We used to chat on Snapchat or Skype and all of a sudden everything was gone,’ the friend said.
‘She did begin to reach out sexually, as a lot of people do when they are struggling.
‘We fear she’s got involved with the wrong person.’
It is understood the websites used by Ms Cartwright included Fetlife – a ‘BDSM, fetish and kinky’ network – and Vanilla Umbrella – a dating app for ‘open minded singles’.
A community vigil for Ms Cartwright was held at Buffalo Creek Reserve on Thursday, with dozens of locals turning out to remember the young woman.
Police are now investigating whether Ms Cartwright met her killer through one of these fetish websites
Dozens turned out to pay tribute to Ms Cartwright at Buffalo Creek Reserve
Police said the hunt for her killer has reached advanced stages and they are ‘confident’ of soon making an arrest.
‘We are confident we can get to a result and find those responsible for this but that unfortunately will take time,’ Inspector Anthony Boyd said this week.
Police previously appealed for the public’s help in an effort to catch her killer, releasing an array of CCTV footage from her last moments alive.
On September 28, she caught the bus from Town Hall station to Ashfield, with CCTV capturing her stepping onto the bus at 4.35am.
A few hours later she sent a selfie taken at Maroubra Beach to her family.
Two days later on Sunday, September 30, she was spotted tapping her Opal card at a gate at Ashfield train station at 8.42pm.
She got off the train 30 minutes later at Museum train station – the last time she was seen.
Ms Cartwright did not have a car and caught public transport in the days before her body was discovered. She is pictured on a bus from Town Hall station to Ashfield on Friday, September 28
Some 30 minutes later at 9.14pm she was last seen at Museum train station (pictured). Three days later on October 3 her body was found near the Buffalo Creek Reserve kids playground
Three days later on October 3 her body was discovered by the council worker about 7.30am.
Ms Cartwright’s shattered family paid tribute to her, with brother Ben sharing an emotional message after his sister’s death was confirmed.
‘Rest in peace my little sister. I love you with my all,’ he wrote on Facebook.
‘It is with very sad and heavy hearts that we announce that our beloved daughter, sister and friend Nicole Cartwright has sadly passed away.
‘Thank you for all the love and support we have received from family and friends over the last few days.’
Ms Cartwright will be farewelled by family friends at a funeral service on Wednesday, October 24 – a date that marks exactly three weeks since her body was discovered.
Her devastated brother Ben shared an emotional message after his sister’s death was confirmed