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Dayna Isaac found dead in Penrith apartment after cops left as new boyfriend Paul Sultana in custody


Dayna Isaac, 28 was found dead inside a Colless St unit in Penrith, west Sydney, about 4.15pm on Monday

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Dayna Isaac, 28 was found dead inside a Colless St unit in Penrith, west Sydney, about 4.15pm on Monday

Less than two hours before a mother-of-two’s body was found in her apartment, police officers knocked on the front door – after neighbours reported hearing a blazing row.

Cops were back just 90 minutes later – with the body of Dayna Isaac, 28, discovered inside her Colless St unit in Penrith, in Sydney’s west, at about 4.15pm on Monday.  

Ms Isaac was found by police, who were accompanied by the mother of her new boyfriend Paul Sultan, 32, who is currently in police custody.

NSW Police confirmed to Daily Mail Australia that officers were first called to the home between 2.30pm and 3pm on Monday.  

A neighbour had phoned police to report a ‘disturbance’ from Ms Isaac’s home but when officers turned up at the unit, nobody answered the door and they left.

Officers found Ms Isaac’s car burned out in bushland at 3.45pm, 13km away from her home near Castlereagh, in the city’s…