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03 Jul 2015 6:56pm

Port Augusta CIB Detectives are flying to Oodnadatta tonight following the sudden death of a woman this afternoon.



Major Crime Detectives are appealing for a taxi driver who may have information that may assist the investigation into the murder of Phil Walsh to call Crime Stoppers.



03 Jul 2015 2:25pm

A young woman has died in a single vehicle crash in the State's South East this morning.



Michele Buring-Pichler, who was reported missing from her Adelaide home last month, has been located safe and well.



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Police can confirm that the man murdered at Somerton Park in the early hours of the morning is Phil Walsh, coach of the Adelaide Crows and his son, aged 26, has been charged with murder.



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