Autopsy’s of local Bathurst couple to be conducted

Autopsy’s of local Bathurst couple to be conducted

Postmortem’s will be conducted today on the bodies of Kelso residents Elie Issa and Nadia Cameron to help police with their investigations.

In a suspected murder-suicide relatives found the couple dead in Mr Issa’s home in Kelso on on Friday morning, with a firearm found at the scene.

Police have confirmed Mr Issa held a NSW firearms license and had firearms registered to him but say they had not received any previous reports of violence related to either of them.

They say they are investigating all aspects of the couple’s lives for information into the deaths and they have confirmed they’ve already spoken to family members.

It comes as some of Ms Cameron’s close friends and family say the real estate agent separated with Mr Issa six weeks before her death.

The autopsy results are expected to be returned in three to four days.

Anyone seeking help for domestic or family violence contact the free DV hotline on 1800 656 463.

If you or someone you know is experiencing an emotional crisis, call Lifeline.

Lifeline: 13 11 14

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