Inside the apartment where two Saudi sisters were left decomposing for a month

The ‘luxurious’ apartment where two young Saudi sisters lay decomposing for a month is open for inspection with a $40 rent hike – but there’s little the real estate can do to mask the acrid stench of death.

Asra Abdullah Alsehli, 24, and Amaal Abdullah Alsehli, 23, died a month before their bodies were found in separate bedrooms of their Canterbury apartment, in Sydney’s south-west, on June 7.

Two months’ on from the grisly discovery, their deaths remain a mystery.

No one has been arrested and police still aren’t certain how two seemingly healthy young women died in the same place at the same time and lay there, undetected, for a month.

Their remains were only uncovered during a police welfare check – conducted because they owed the landlord about $5,000 worth of unpaid rent, having failed to hand over their weekly $480 since mid-March.

Unable to recoup the hefty financial loss, the owner gave the unit a fresh lick of paint, lay new floorboards, increased the price to $540 per week,…

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Written by Bourbiza Mohamed

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