Detectives investigating the suspicious death of 24-year-old woman Toyah Cordingley at Wangetti Beach on October 21 have renewed their appeal for information from the public.
During a press conference held today in Cairns, Detective Inspector Sonia Smith highlighted four key areas of inquiry that detectives believe would greatly assist the investigation.
Police would like to speak to anyone that had dealings with Toyah at Rusty’s Market in Cairns on Sunday October 21 between 12 midday and 1pm.
Any members of the public with dash-cam footage who were travelling on the Captain Cook Highway between the northern carpark and the southern carpark at Wangetti Beach on October 21.
Any members of the public that used either the northern or southern Wangetti Beach carparks on Sunday October 21, or anyone that regularly uses them. (Map above)
Any family, friends, acquaintances or work colleagues of Toyah that have not already spoken to police, to come forward and make contact with police.
Police would like to thank the media and public for their ongoing support in relation to this investigation.