Police are appealing for help in finding a man they’d like to speak to following the death of a 51 year old woman in Bundeena yesterday.
Victim Tina Kontozis worked at the local day care centre Goanna Patch Kindergarten. She has also written a book about Bundeena called Shelly and the Rescue Warriors. It’s believed she was bashed to death with a cricket bat.
Police arrived at the home in Beachcomber Avenue, where they found the woman, and a 17 year old boy with an arm injury.
A crime scene has been established at the home and police are wanting to speak with Ms Kontozis’ partner, 51 year old Stephen Boyd, who they believe can assist with their enquiries.
While this is not strictly the Northern Illawarra, if Mr Boyd has left Bundeena to the south, he will have to come through the National Park and into this area.
Police have established checkpoints throughout the park and scoured the area from the air, however Mr Boyd is yet to be found.
He’s believed to be driving a silver 2002 Holden Commodore Sedan with registration plates BZ 53 ZO.
Anyone who sees Mr Boyd is being urged to come forward, however we are being urged not to approach him, but to contact Triple Zero (000) immediately.