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Melissa Caddick investigation: Head cop reveals what he think happened to the missing conwoman


The top cop who led the investigation into Melissa Caddick’s disappearance still believes the fraudster took her own life after an investigation was opened into her multi-million dollar scam, despite speculation the mother-of-one fled Australia.

The 49-year-old was reported missing by husband Anthony Koletti on November 13, 2020, two days after corporate watchdog ASIC and Australian Federal Police officers raided her Dover Heights home.

Police gathered a mountain of CCTV footage from surrounding homes.

At a ‘milestone meeting’ with senior police figures on February 15, 2021, Detective Sergeant Michael Foscholo asked for more resources to review the footage looking for any sign of Caddick.

Six days later, Caddick’s decomposing foot washed up in a running shoe on the NSW south coast’s Bournda Beach, some 350 kilometres from her home in Sydney’s eastern suburbs.

Sydney conwoman Melissa Caddick (pictured) vanished on November 12 2020 after ASIC agents and Australian Federal Police officers raided her Dover Heights home

Sydney conwoman Melissa Caddick (pictured) vanished on November 12 2020 after ASIC agents and Australian Federal Police…



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