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Mother, Daughter And Their Dog Found Dead In Sydney

Neighbours found a note pinned to the front door

A Sydney mother, her adult daughter and their dog dead were found dead inside their car on Monday afternoon in an apparent suicide.

Neighbours found a note on front door that read: “Dear neighbours please call the police we are in our car in the backyard. Thank you … love you, reports.

University student Ashley Pouladian, 20, her mother, Sisi Pouladian, 45, and their German shepherd were found in a car in the backyard of their Greenacre home, along with another note allegedly saying they could no longer live without 24-year-old Pouya Pouladian – their son and brother – who died in March after post-surgery complications.

Ashley is understood to have been suffering from depression following her brother’s death. On March 9th she took to Facebook to reveal her brother had died, writing: “Due to … unforeseen events post-operation, my 24 year old brother, Pouya Pouladian, passed away a few days ago.” 

“He was an amazing and hardworking person who never failed to care deeply for my mother and I. He was truly our inspiration in life. Words cannot describe what an angel he was.”

Police are investigating the two women’s deaths, but at this stage had not categorised them as suspicious.

If you or anyone you know needs help or advice, please call Lifeline (131 114) or Beyond Blue (1300 22 4636).

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