Police hunting mystery of the woman in the execution of Sydney lawyer

Ho Ledinh was gunned down, execution style, while he was sitting outside of the Happy Cup of Coffee in Bankstown in Sydney’s west on January 23 in the view of the others in the cafeteria.

65 years of age, was wounded three times in the back and died from close range gunshot wounds.

Police have released CCTV vision of a mysterious woman seen walking with Analosa Ah Keni, who was accused by Mr. Ledinh of the murder in March.

The person in the vision is described as a woman, in her late 20s or early 30s, of Pacific islander appearance with a solid build and long dark hair. She wears a black t-shirt, black pants and sandals.

The couple went into a St. Vincent de Paul clothing store in Bankstown to 3pm on the 23rd of January — about 35 minutes before the Lord Ledinh was killed. At 3.15 in the afternoon, the unidentified woman arises only from the charity shop, which is located about 600 meters to the cafeteria where the shooting took place.

The represented person is described as a woman, aged in her late 20s or early 30s, of Pacific islander appearance with a solid build and long dark hair.

The police believe that the woman has vital information.

Homicide Squad Commander, Detective acting Superintendent Grant Taylor, appealed to the women to go forward.

“Anyone who knows the woman or has information relevant to the investigation, is urged to get in touch as soon as possible,” Det Supt Taylor said.

“We have received an incredible support from the community, which included the receipt of a large number of statements of witnesses and providing hundreds of hours of closed-circuit television, the mobile phone of the vision and dash cams.

“Our investigations are ongoing, and we are determined to provide answers to Mr Ledinh the family,” Detective Taylor said.

Ms Ah Keni was accused of murder on March 9, three weeks after the alleged gunman Arthur Kelekolio, 38, was arrested at Sydney International Airport before leaving he took a flight to Bali.

andrew.koubaridis@news.com.au