The mystery girl has been named Mystery Pua, and her identity was revealed to her family by her mother.
The girl, now 11, was found dead by her grandparents in a home in the rural town of Fonthill, south of Brisbane, Australia, on Tuesday.
The family, who said they were not aware of the girl’s whereabouts, are currently searching for answers.
Her grandmother, Debbie Wainwright, told ABC radio on Tuesday that her daughter had been playing around with the house when the grandparents noticed her crying and asked her to come downstairs.
She had a history of depression, and the grandmother said her daughter told her her mother was depressed.
“She was very emotional, and she said that she was crying and crying and cried, and then her grandmother said, ‘No, it’s not you,’ and then she stopped crying,” Ms Wainwritt said.
“And then she told her grandmother she thought she was going to die.” “
Ms Wainsworth said she has been in contact with police and that they have taken her daughter’s body to the coroner’s office in Melbourne for a post-mortem. “
And then she told her grandmother she thought she was going to die.”
Ms Wainsworth said she has been in contact with police and that they have taken her daughter’s body to the coroner’s office in Melbourne for a post-mortem.
“I’ve tried to contact her family, I’ve tried contacting her teachers and everything, but she’s not answering,” she said.
The woman said her granddaughter had been in the family home for about six months.
She said her family had received support and counselling.
“It seems like her mum’s a very caring, very caring woman.
I’m so happy for her,” she told ABC Radio.
The police investigation is being led by Detective Superintendent Ian Whelan.
“This is a very, really sad incident that occurred this morning in the Fonthsill area,” he said.