Mother-of-two Carly McBride was last seen at Muswellbrook in NSW’s Hunter Valley at around 2pm on September 30, 2014.
Nearly two years later, the remains of her body have finally been found at a property in nearby Scone.
Police are treating her death as suspicious, reports The Scone Advocate, and will provide more information at a press conference scheduled later today.
The investigation is still ongoing; we’ve treated it as a homicide from the early stages and that has not changed,” Detective Sergeant Ian Wright said.
At the time of her disappearance, Police were tracking social media for clues after her Facebook page was deleted, reports The Daily Telegraph.
Last year the woman’s parents pleaded for anyone with information to come forward and a Facebook page was set up to help find their 31-year-old daughter.
"I pray every day they break or someone they know breaks and comes forward, that’s what I pray for every day," her mum Lorraine Wilson said. "I miss her big laugh."
"Carly was a beautiful, lovely, bubbly personality and was a wonderful mother under complicated circumstances, you know a real free spirit," added her father.