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Murdered Indian Australian woman's jewellery, diary missing, says her mother

By Super Admin

Brisbane (Australia), Aug.19 (ANI): The mother of murdered Indian Australian woman Neelma Singh today told a Brisbane magistrate's court that a sapphire given to her by her boyfriend Max Sica, and a diary were missing from the home where her body was found in 2003.

The Courier Mail quoted Neelma's mother Shirley Singh as telling the Brisbane Magistrates Court that she noticed items of Neelma's jewellery, a diary and photos of her with a previous boyfriend were missing when she was escorted through the house by police several days after the bodies of her children were found in April 2003.

Shirley Singh was giving evidence at the committal hearing for Massimo "Max" Sica, 38, who is accused of murdering Neelma Singh, 24, her brother Kunal, 18, and sister Sidhi, 12.

Singh also described being escorted through the house by police and seeing "red marks" coming from her childrens' bedrooms.

The hearing continues. (ANI)

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