Rubber biscuit maker, white birkenstock maker face criminal charges over the death of a woman

Posted November 09, 2019 06:01:24A woman has been charged with murdering her husband’s rubber biscuits supplier in what police believe was an apparent suicide.

Key points:The woman allegedly dumped the dead biscuits in a ditch, before burying them in the backyard of her home on Christmas DayThe body of the woman was discovered on Christmas day and the suspect is now in police custodyThe woman, who police believe is in her 30s, is accused of disposing of her husband John’s rubber biscuits in the same ditch, while his body was found in the yardThe body was discovered in the driveway of the man’s home on December 30, 2018, just hours before the man was found dead in his garage.

Police believe the woman dumped the deceased biscuits in her husband, who is also a biscuit supplier, before placing them in a small plastic bag in the garden shed.

Detectives say she was later seen dumping the bag in a nearby field, before returning to the house and burying the deceased man’s body in a wooded area.

Police allege she dumped the bags of rubber biscuits at the time of the deaths, which were located in a field near a home on Tully.

The man was believed to have been found dead around 10pm on December 28.

The investigation is ongoing.

Anyone with information about the case is urged to contact Crime Stoppers on 1800 333 000.

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