Beach Murder: Police Aren't Closing In On Suspect Or Motive And Need Your Help
24-year-old Toyah Cordingley's body was found on Wangetti Beach, north of Cairns on Monday.
The pharmacy worker and animal lover, was last seen taking her dog for a walk on Sunday, but she never returned.
Police said her wounds were both 'visible' and 'violent.'
The crime scene at Wangetti Beach and the surrounding bush land is still in place.
Detective Inspector Sonia Smith says the reaction from the local community has been helpful to police with over 200 reports being filed with Crime Stoppers.
"This terrible crime has shocked and saddened the community and we're seeing the result of this through the large number of reports from the public to both Policelink and Crime Stoppers."
She did say, however, they are still seeking more help from the public.
"We still need more information, and even if you think your information is vague, or insignificant, please pass it onto us, and we can assess it. Sometimes the biggest breakthroughs come from the smallest piece of information."
Cordingley's dog was found unharmed on Wangetti Beach near the woman's body.
Douglas Shire Mayor Julia Leu said in a statement on Wednesday she was horrified by the crime.
"This is a disgusting, horrific and fatal act of violence against a young woman who was enjoying what so many people do on a daily basis-walk along our beautiful beaches."
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