Sydney apartment where Saudi sisters Asra and Amaal were found dead is listed for rent with a shocking disclaimer

Sydney apartment where Saudi sisters Asra and Amaal were found dead is listed for rent with a shocking disclaimer

The Sydney apartment where two sisters were found dead under mysterious circumstances has been listed for rent with a disturbing disclaimer included in the advertisement.

The bodies of Saudi sisters Asra Abdullah Alsehli, 24, and Amaal Abdullah Alsehli, 23, were discovered inside their unit at Canterbury, in Sydney’s south-west, on June 7.

Now, the “newly renovated” two bedroom apartment is up for rent again for $520 a week, with the real estate agents issuing a confronting disclaimer at the bottom of the ad.

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“Disclaimer: This property has found two deceased persons on 07/06/2022, crime scene has been established and it is still under police investigation,” the description wrote.

“According to the police, this is not a random crime and will not be a potential risk for the community.”

Mystery continues to surround the death of the asylum seeker sisters asylum seekers who arrived to Australia from Saudi Arabia in 2017.

NSW Police released the images of the two women in a press conference last week as they launched a community appeal for anyone who had any information.

Detective Inspector Claudia Allcroft said there were no visible signs of forced entry or any injuries to the bodies, which had remained in the unit for “some time”.

Authorities believe they were to have been dead for up to a month before police were called by their landlord as they were behind on rent payments.

“Detectives are interested in speaking with anyone who may have seen or who may have information about the women’s movements in the days and weeks prior to their deaths – which we occurred in early May,” she said last Wednesday.

Det Insp Allcroft said police have been in contact with the family of the sisters, who are in Saudi Arabia, adding that there was “nothing to suggest” they were involved in the deaths.

She refused to comment on the visa status of both women and said no information suggested the sisters had fled their home country.

Post mortem exams have been conducted, however, police are still awaiting a coroner’s report and toxicology results.

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