Murder charge laid after woman dies from burns in 2013 – SF Whyalla

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Strike Force detectives have charged the husband of Parwinder Kaur with murder following her death in Sydney’s north-west in 2013.

On Monday 2 December 2013, emergency services were called to a house on Greensborough Avenue, Rouse Hill, just after 2pm.

Parwinder Kaur , then 32, was located with serious burns to her body.

She was treated at the scene by NSW Ambulance paramedics before being airlifted to Royal North Shore Hospital.

Parwinder Kaur  died as a result of the burns about 7.15am on Tuesday  December 3, 2013.

Strike Force Whyalla was established in December 2013 by detectives attached to The Hills Local Area Command, assisted by State Crime Command’s Homicide Squad, to investigate the circumstances surrounding Mrs Kaur’s death.

Following extensive inquiries, police attended a home in Rouse Hill just before 7am today (Wednesday 1 November 2017), and arrested a now 37-year-old man.

The Rouse Hill man was taken to Castle Hill Police Station where he was charged with murder.

He was refused bail.

Commander of The Hills Local Area Command, Superintendent Robert Critchlow said detectives have worked tirelessly to investigate what happened to Mrs Kaur.

“The death of Mrs Kaur was tragic, and for nearly four years detectives have been tenacious in this investigation and also had the benefit of assistance from media outlets and the community, which led to an arrest.” Supt Critchlow said.

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