Jayleigh Murray death: $250,000 reward offered for information on Dubbo tragedy – What We Know!

Eleven-month old Jayleigh Murray (pictured) was found unresponsive at her home in Aldrin Avenue, Dubbo, about 6.20pm on June 6, 2019

Enormous reward is obtainable to assist clear up the thriller loss of life of a 11-month previous woman after she was discovered with ‘non-accidental’ head accidents at her dwelling

  • Jayleigh Murray was discovered unresponsive at her dwelling in Dubbo on June 6, 2019 
  • A autopsy revealed Jayleigh suffered from non-accidental head trauma 
  • A $250,000 reward is being supplied for details about the suspicious loss of life 

A $250,000 reward is being supplied for details about the suspicious loss of life of a child in regional NSW almost three years in the past.

Eleven-month previous Jayleigh Murray was discovered unresponsive at her dwelling in Aldrin Avenue, Dubbo, about 6.20pm on June 6, 2019.

She was taken to Dubbo Base Hospital, earlier than being flown to The Youngsters’s Hospital at Westmead, the place she died on June 12.

Eleven-month previous Jayleigh Murray (pictured) was discovered unresponsive at her dwelling in Aldrin Avenue, Dubbo, about 6.20pm on June 6, 2019

A autopsy examination revealed Jayleigh suffered from non-accidental head trauma and different suspicious accidents earlier than her loss of life.

Detectives from the State Crime Command’s Youngster Abuse and Intercourse Crimes Squad established Strike Power Binara to research her loss of life.

Youngster Abuse and Intercourse Crimes Squad Commander, Detective Superintendent Jayne Doherty, hopes the reward will immediate individuals to talk with investigators.

‘We can not think about what would lead somebody to harm such a lovely, helpless little woman,’ she mentioned on Monday.

‘Investigators imagine there are individuals dwelling locally who maintain the important thing to unlocking Jayleigh’s story.

‘We’d like these individuals to be brave and are available ahead with that info in tribute to a life ended so tragically early.’

The baby was taken to Dubbo Base Hospital, before being flown to The Children's Hospital at Westmead, where she died on June 12

The newborn was taken to Dubbo Base Hospital, earlier than being flown to The Youngsters’s Hospital at Westmead, the place she died on June 12

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