The man suspected of murdering the Sydney dentist Preethi Reddy, whose body was found stuffed in a suitcase in her auto parked in an eastern Sydney street, New South Wales, is another Indian-origin dentist and her ex-boyfriend Harsh Narde, police said.
"I'll see you again one day...and we'll continue where we left off my angel", he wrote.
On Tuesday, the police located her vehicle parked on a street in Kingsford, south of the city centre.
Dr Reddy told Narde she had "moved on" and meant to "start a new life" with her new boyfriend, according to a police source.
Preethi Reddy, aged 32, attended a dental convention at St Leonards at the weekend, and last spoke with her family about 11am on Sunday (3 March 2019), saying she planned to head home after having a late breakfast in Sydney.
Mr Narde, a 34-year-old dentist from Tamworth, was interviewed as part of the missing person's investigation after detectives discovered that they spent Sunday night together.
Later that night he smashed his BMW headlong into a fully-laden semi-trailer on the New England Highway.
Dr Reddy's sister Nithya said in statement on behlaf of the family her sister's murder was an "unthinkable event". It was the last time they heard from her.
Investigators are trying to establish why Dr Reddy, who was in a new relationship and had told friends she did not want anything to do with her former boyfriend, went to his hotel room.
Trump says opponents using 'bulls**t' to try to push him out
Mueller's report could be turned over to Attorney General William Barr in the coming days, but how much of it will be made public is uncertain.
Narde had graduated from university in Bangalore in 2009 and was worked at Oasis Smiles Dental in Tamworth.
The NSW police said they were appealing for information in relation to her whereabouts.
"Words can not capture the pain we are feeling with the passing of my attractive big sister", said Nithya, Preethi's sister.
Inside the restaurant, footage shows Dr Reddy standing alone. She was working as dental surgeon at Glenbrook Dental Surgery, a hospital about 70 km from Sydney.
"Words can not capture the pain we are feeling with the passing of my lovely big sister", Nithya said.
Her previous rejections had failed to deter the "obsessed" Narde, police believe.
"Preethi was a bright light; loveable, kind, and protective of all whom were lucky enough to have been loved and cared for by her". Her work colleagues said they were "terrified" and had been unable to sleep since her disappearance.
"We ask that everyone keep that in mind that we are grieving and we need space to do that". Our family will never be the same without Preethi in our lives.
"Please let her lovely soul Rest In Peace".