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CCTV: King’s Domain witness sought

Police arrest Scott Allen Miller, 42, (blurred in CCTV) in relation to the death of a woman in King’s Domain, but still wish to speak to man pictured alongside him.

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The key suspect in the brutal death of a woman whose naked body was found at the King’s Domain parklands in Melbourne is expected to face court on Tuesday after being arrested in regional NSW. 

Scott Allen Miller, a 42-year-old itinerant who has lived in Western Australia, was arrested in Eden, on the NSW south coast, on Monday afternoon. A nationwide search being launched for Mr Miller after the body of a 32-year-old Chinese woman was found in parkland near the intersection of St Kilda Road and Linlithgow Avenue early on Saturday.

Off duty police had spotted Mr Miller sleeping on rocks in Eden’s Snug Cove wharf precinct and arrested him about 3.30pm. He was held in custody and is scheduled to appear in a Batemans Bay court.  

The woman was believed to have been on her way to work on Saturday when she was chased and assaulted in an apparently random attack about 5.30am, the Homicide Squad’s Detective Inspector John Potter said.