Police adopt new tack on suspected murder of Alexis Jeffery

POLICE investigating the suspected murder of Goondiwindi woman Alexis Jeffrey are asking early-morning walkers to come forward.

Darling Downs Crime Group officer Detective Acting Inspector Paul McCusker said investigators were following leads after a good response to previous calls for information.

However, he said people who might have walked past the site where the 23-year-old's body was found on March 16 could have important information and not know it.

A fisherman found Ms Jeffrey's body at the base of an embankment of the Macintyre River at the rear of the Goondiwindi Waggamba Community Cultural Centre.

"They may not have seen her, but we would still like to talk to them," Insp. McCusker said.

"Let us decide whether or not it is important information to the team."

He said the cause of Ms Jeffrey's had yet to be determined.

"Any information provided to us will be followed up on."

Anyone with information can call Crime Stoppers on 1800 333 000.

Goondiwindi woman Alexis Jeffery.
Goondiwindi woman Alexis Jeffery.


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