Detectives investigating death of teenage international student seek public assistance

Photo Courtesy: NSW Police Force

9 July 2020 I NSW Police Force detectives in Sydney are seeking public assistance as they investigate the “suspicious” death of a teenage international student.

Liqun Pan, who was in the country on a student visa, was found deceased at a unit in Wolli Creek late last month.

Police established a crime scene and commenced an investigation into the 19-year-old Chinese national’s death after they found it suspicious.

Detectives investigating the matter are also looking at possible links between the international student’s death and the serious injuries sustained by a man the day before Ms Pan’s body was located at the unit on Brodie Sparks Drive.

According to a police statement, emergency services were called to Chisolm Street after the man was found seriously injured about 3.30pm on 27 June – a day before authorities discovered her body in the apartment.

Police believe the man had fallen from the Level 4 common area of the same unit block where the Chinese student was found.

The unidentified man with multiple fractures and head injuries was subsequently taken to St George Hospital in Kogarah where he remains in a serious but stable condition, police said today.

Detectives are appealing for anyone who heard or noticed anything unusual prior to 3.25pm on Saturday 27 June 2020, to contact Crime Stoppers on 1800 333 000.

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