Timeline: Missing Singaporean woman found with stab wounds in Spain

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Apr 18, 2024, 10:30 AM

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Apr 18, 2024, 10:30 AM

SINGAPORE - The body of 39-year-old missing Singaporean woman Audrey Fang Dirou has been found with stab wounds after she had been uncontactable since April 10.

Here’s a timeline of what happened. All timings reported are in Spanish time, unless stated otherwise.

April 4 (Singapore time): Ms Fang departed Singapore for Spain. She was slated to return to Singapore on April 12.

April 9: Ms Fang was last seen on the closed circuit television (CCTV) of her hotel in Xabia at 8.45pm. Her belongings were still in the hotel room.

April 10: Ms Fang was supposed to check out of her room. Her family was last in contact with her on April 10 Singapore time.

Separately, her body was found in a lorry park at Abanilla in the Murcia region, according to Spanish media. The body could not be identified at the time.

April 11: Ms Fang’s family continued trying to reach out to her but to no avail. They lodged a report with the Ministry of Foreign Affairs.

April 12: Ms Fang’s brother went to Changi Airport in a bid to receive her but found out she did not board her return flight. He made a police report the same day.

April 16: The suspect, a Singaporean man, was detained by the Civil Guard in Alicante province, who later transferred him to their colleagues in Murcia,...

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