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Paul Browne’s body found in Rosebery apartment block sparking murder probe



A Sydney tradie found dead in the fire exit of an apartment block has been identified as police search for his killer.

Police have launched a desperate search for the person responsible for the death of a Sydney’s tradie who was found dead in the fire exit of an apartment block.

Paul Browne’s body was found in the fire escape of a large apartment complex on Dalmeny Ave in Rosebery on October 8.

Officers then launched an investigation into the man’s suspicious death.

On Wednesday, almost a month after Mr Browne’s body was found, police released security footage of a man they want to speak to.

Police believe he can assist with their investigation.

Speaking to the media on Wednesday, Detective Inspector Phil Hallinan said officers believed Mr Browne, who was a visitor to the Rosebery apartment, knew a person in the building.

“(The) main concerning thing from the scene was that he was found in the fire exit,” he said.

“One line of inquiry we are looking at is we don’t believe that he got there of his own accord.”

He described it as a “devastating time” for Mr Browne’s family.

“We want to provide some assurance to the family and work out what’s happened,” Inspector Hallinan said.

The cause of Mr Browne’s death is not yet known.

The man police would like to speak to is described as caucasian, between 170cm and 180cm tall, and of a large build.

At the time, he was wearing a black cap, black and white jacket, black track pants and white runners.

Anyone with information on the incident is urged to contact South Sydney Police Area Command on (02) 8338 7399 or Crime Stoppers on 1800 333 000.

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