Aya Masarwe's body has been released by the coroner as her family prepares to bring her home.
The 61-year-old man went to an office in Picton on Monday morning to service a printer but while there, he allegedly secreted a GoPro camera inside the bathroom and started filming.
Residents in Brisbane's inner north are urged to check their bins for crucial evidence in a murder investigation.
A group of police officers took time out of their Sundays to rebuild a woman's fence which was destroyed in a fatal crash last November.
A Melbourne judge has agreed that the confronting detail of how Aiia Maasarwe was attacked should be withheld from the public until it is revealed to her Palestinian family.
NSW Police say they are following several lines of inquiry but are keen to find a man who was at the home at the time of the stabbing.