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Police thought Melissa Caddick was alive — three key factors combined to prove otherwise

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It happened by chance.

Campers at a little-known beach find a shoe — in it, the “badly decomposed” foot of a high-profile missing person.

The upsetting discovery provided some answers about what happened to missing Sydney woman Melissa Caddick, but it also posed new questions.

The 49-year-old was being put under the microscope by the Australian Securities and Investments Commission (ASIC), which alleged she had misappropriated investors funds.

Her disappearance on November 12, sparked a police investigation.

Here’s how those two probes collided last week.

A beach with a grassy noll, sand and water to the left
A shoe was discovered on Bournda Beach containing Ms Caddick’s remains.(ABC News)

Shoe key in discovery

ASIC raided Ms Caddick’s Dover Heights home — in Sydney’s affluent eastern suburbs…



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