The family of a murdered New South Wales woman Lateesha Nolan are grateful they will be able to give her a proper resting place, after one of her bones was discovered south of Dubbo.
Ms Nolan was killed by her cousin Malcolm Naden in 2005, and her mother and other relatives have hoped to give her a proper funeral since.
Police today confirmed that a bone found near a riverbank close to Butlers Falls, near Dubbo, belong to Ms Nolan.
Today, her mother Joan Nolan and aunt Margaret Walker said they were “happy and sad” to receive the confirmation.
“It’s a long time coming but I can now lay my daughter to rest where she deserves to be and the grandkids can go see their mother and have a place for her,” Joan said.
“We’ve got some sort of closure now,” Ms Walker said.
“We’d like to give her a …
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