Still no leads in bizarre murder

THE family of slain Sydney grandma Lynette Bradbury has renewed its plea for information about the "bright and bubbly" 52-year-old's death, one year after her body was found tied up in her suburban home.

Police have no leads on the bizarre murder, which took place in Kerrie Rd, Oatlands, on the night of October 31 last year.

Ms Bradbury's sister Suzanne Walker told reporters on Wednesday her family hoped someone could help them find justice.

"The past year has been like living in limbo and hell for our family. Having to come to terms with losing Lynette and not knowing why this has happened has ripped our hearts apart," Ms Walker said

"Lynette was bright and bubbly, loving and dedicated, who lived for her family, especially her seven grandchildren. A brilliant light has been extinguished from our lives."

Anyone with information can call Crime Stoppers on 1800 333 000 or use the Crime Stoppers online reporting page.



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