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Who is Sydney Nicole Cartwright’s Suspect Killer: Everything You Need To Know About Dennis Pietrobon

Dennis Pietrobon Biography – Wiki

Dennis Pietrobon is named as the Sydney father-of-two who was charged with allegedly murdering Nicole Cartwright on her birthday in 2018. Her dead body was kept for two days before dumping it in a children’s playground. Pietrobon met Cartwright online.

He is 51 years old.

Dennis Pietrobon Killed Nicole Cartwright After Meeting Her Online

The 51-year-old is accused of murdering her girlfriend Cartwright on her birthday in 2018, whom he had met through dating sites that Nicole was known to be using. There’s (allegedly) links between this man and Nicole, and to the crime scene.

Her dead body was wrapped in a sheet and ‘dumped like some piece of unwanted refuge for two days in a children’s park, which was later found a council worker in a park in Hunters Hill, Sydney.

According to police allegations, Pietrobon reportedly killed Ms Cartwright on October 1, her 32nd birthday, at his Haberfield home. He is then alleged to have driven to Buffalo Creek Reserve in Hunters Hill and discarding her body in a ‘callous and heinous act’.

Her body was found wrapped in a bed sheet on Sydney’s lower north shore in the early hours of October 3 2018.

Dennis Pietrobon Murder Reports

New South Wales Police Department has launched Strike Force Winkurra to investigate the young woman’s death and in particular her interactions with men through dating apps.

The state of Nicole’s body was such that there was some decomposition. She was found on October 3, police will allege that she was murdered on October 1″, police say.

She was murdered somewhere else (other than the park), police allege.

Dennis Pietrobon Arrest

Pietrobon had been at the police station in relation to a separate matter when he was arrested at 12.45 pm. He was refused bail to appear in Parramatta Local Court on Thursday.

Dennis Pietrobon Victim, Nicole Cartwright

Daily Mail Australia previously revealed homicide detectives had narrowed their hunt to a group of men who were all s*xually involved with Ms Cartwright in the days before her death.

Detectives were understood to have identified a prime suspect after obtaining DNA evidence linking the man to moving her bruised and battered body.

She was last seen on CCTV at Museum train station in the Sydney CBD at 9.14pm on September 30.

Between September 27 and September 30 she traveled across the city, visiting Bondi Junction in the east and St Marys in the west.

Her body was discovered with multiple head injuries and had her hands tied about 7.30 am by a council worker who had arrived to open the park gates.

Investigation Reports

The victim’s parents Terry and Brenda reported her missing after seeing new reports on the days her body was found.

There was an outpouring of emotion in the aftermath of Ms Cartwright’s death, with several community vigils held at the park where she died.

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