Lilie James Obituary-Death News; At St Andrew’s Cathedral School Water Polo Coach, Lilie James Found Murdered
The identity of Lilie James, the water polo coach at a prominent Sydney school who was cruelly slain and left in a campus lavatory, has been revealed. Lilie James was a gifted dancer and swimmer with a bright future. Her body was found in the St Andrew’s Cathedral School gymnasium bathroom in the central business district.
When she did not come home, a family member became concerned and called the police on Wednesday night at midnight. Because she suffered significant head injuries, the authorities have classed her death as a homicide even though the cause of death is yet unknown.
Paul Thijssen, the head hockey coach at the same school, is apparently missing and is being sought by the authorities. He went missing in the area of Diamond Bay Reserve in Vaucluse, which is in the eastern suburbs of the city.
Detectives and aircraft have been involved in the area’s increased investigation activities since the early hours of the morning. Authorities were shown looking through a bin and gathering possible evidence, which included what seemed to be two Apple AirPods, before having a silver Lexus taken away from the scene.
Lilie grew up with her parents and younger brother in Kogarah, a neighbourhood in Sydney’s southern suburbs. She was scheduled to finish her Bachelor of Management in sports business this year at the University of Technology. She had become a swimming star in 2019 after winning an under-17 competition.
Many photos of her achievements, from early dance prizes throughout her elementary school years to the momentous occasion when she received her learner’s permit in 2018, could be found on her parents’ social media accounts. In a moving picture, 16-year-old Lilie was seen in Kogarah, happily posing in front of her family car while sporting a yellow L-plate.