Police believe the grandmother received the injuries that killed her when an offender or offenders were inside her home and searching her belongings. Detectives have released a series of images captured by dash cam and CCTV following an appeal for information.
Police stressed the people in the images were “simply going about their daily business”, but were in the area around Mrs Fermendjin’s house at the time she was killed and may have seen something relevant.
“We hope that any information that they have on what they saw on the morning may assist us in piecing together circumstances which led to Mrs Fermendjin’s death,” Detective Senior Sergeant Chris Taylor said.
“Even the smallest bit of information can help.” A $100,000 reward was offered by police last month for information which leads to the arrest of those responsible for Mrs Fermendjin’s death.