Remains from Kangaroo Point identified as missing woman

The police made the announcement, saying that they are still trying to piece together what happened, forensic examinations are ongoing.

The cause of death is yet to be determined and the police are still uncertain if Ms Watcho dead on the scene.

Police forensic officers attend a crime scene where human remains were found September 10, 2018. Image: AAP/Dan Paled –

A member of the public has found what is believed to be human remains near the base of the Kangaroo Point cliffs. Image: AAP/Dan Paled –

Ms Watcho has been missing since November of 2017. She was seen to access his bank account at a branch in Greenslopes on the city’s south-east.

“There were no signs of life past that day,” Detective Senior Sergeant Warren Gibbs said.

Even if Ms Watcho was not reported missing until February by his brothers, who had a desperate need of information.

This was the first time that Ms Watcho had been reported missing,

Police are not sure how long the remains were at the crag, admitting that it may have been there for months.

Ms Watcho house in Kangaroo Point has been tried. The residence is described as having a “fluid employment”.

The place where the remains of 37 years, Constance Watcho were found in Brisbane’s Kangaroo Point cliffs. @QldPolice are hoping that someone might have drone footage of the area, last year. @abcbrisbane Photo: Marco Leonardi— Jessica van Vonderen (@jessvanvonderen) September 15, 2018