Six days after Sydney businesswoman Melissa Caddick’s decaying foot washed up on a New South Wales south coast beach, more human remains have drifted ashore.
Police were called to Mollymook at 6.30pm on Friday after remains were discovered by members of the public.
The grisly find was reportedly a large chunk of stomach flesh, including a bellybutton.
A NSW police spokesman said a crime scene had been set up.
“The remains will be forensically examined,” he said. “Inquiries continue.”
The find comes a day after DNA testing confirmed a decomposing foot encased an Asics shoe that washed up near Bermagui, 150km further south, belonged to the missing mother.
Caddick vanished the day after the corporate watchdog Asic executed a search warrant at her luxury Dover Heights home on 11 November.
Liquidators allege the self-styled financial adviser “meticulously and systematically” deceived those who entrusted millions of investment dollars to her over seven years, then used the money to fund a lavish lifestyle.
Caddick’s foot was found by campers at Bournda each on 21 February.
On Friday, assistant commissioner Mick Willing said foul play against Caddick was possible but suicide was more likely.
“Given the circumstances of the disappearance [and] the fact that she left personal belongings behind, we’ve always considered the possibility that she might have taken her own life,” he said.