Mystery as Saudi sisters ‘reported stranger lurking outside flat’ weeks before their decomposing bodies were found | The Sun

TWO Saudi Arabian sisters found decomposing in their flat reportedly raised concerns a stranger had been lurking outside their home just months before they were found dead.

Asra Abdullah Alsehli, 24 and Amaal Abdullah Alsehli, 23, were discovered in their beds in separate rooms of their Sydney apartment on June 7.

The circumstances surrounding their bizarre deaths remain a mystery to investigators almost two months on.

Police believe the pair could have been dead for a month before their bodies were discovered in their Canterbury apartment.

But with no signs of forced entry, no signs of injury, and their cause of death still undetermined, cops are treating the case as "suspicious".

Amid the ongoing investigation, it has now been claimed that Asra and Amaal had complained to security in their building regarding safety fears.

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An employee told Daily Mail Australia the sisters – who fled their homeland with just £4,000 five years ago -had saw a man "acting weird" outside the complex earlier this year.

The mystery bloke is said to have been standing between two cars when he spooked the women, who described him as "strange".

The source alleged the sisters chased up their complaint and checked the building's security footage to see the man skulking around.

The worker added: "But that spot is busy. There is a burger shop there and Uber Eats drivers coming and going all the time. He could have been anyone.

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"We couldn't determine why he was there, but he didn't look like he was doing anything untoward, so there was no need to chase it up further."

According to reports, Asra and Amaal had also told building management they suspected someone was tampering with their food deliveries in late 2021.

But surveillance footage did not capture anyone interfering with the sister's supplies.

CCTV from the apartment block was seized by cops shortly after they made the gruesome discovery and has yet to be returned.

In wake of their shock deaths, it emerged that someone had keyed their black BMW – although it remains unclear whether this was merely a coincidence.

Additionally, it was reported that Asra had taken out an AVO against a 28-year-old man in January 2019, which was later withdrawn and dismissed.


The sisters' decomposing bodies were only discovered when the building manager became concerned after their mail began to pile up.

The duo had also failed to pay rent on their apartment for four weeks, prompting cops to make a welfare call.

They arrived in Australia in 2017 and were reportedly assisted by a refugee service that helps those seeking asylum.

Despite police originally insisting their "well-connected" relatives were "helping" with the probe, sources have now claimed the family stopped detectives from releasing images of the women.

The images, distributed in the hopes of boosting the public appeal for information, were instead released by the coroner.

The force were unable to explain why toxicology reports on the two women – which usually takes four to six weeks – were still incomplete.

They previously said the findings were being "fast-tracked" in a bid to crack the case which has puzzled the world.

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And in another baffling development, Asra and Amaal's bodies have already been released back to their family and buried.

But news outlets in Yemen reported that they fled Saudi Arabia due to an explosive bust-up with their parents, with whatever cash they could find.

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