Kiesha: police find skeletal remains after couple charged
April 22, 2011
Police investigating the disappearance of Sydney girl Kiesha Abrahams have found skeletal remains in bushland in Sydney's west.
The remains were found in a number of spots in bushland off Stony Creek Road, Shalvey, about 8am today, police said.
Police said they had not yet positively identified the remains, which will be taken to Glebe Morgue for forensic examination.
The discovery comes after Kiesha's mother and stepfather were charged with her murder.
Kiesha, who would have turned seven today, was reported missing from her Mount Druitt home in August last year but had not been seen alive for three weeks prior.
A community vigil was expected to be held today at Woodstock Avenue, where Kiesha once lived, in honour of her birthday.