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UPDATE: Timothy Andrew Whiteley, accused of murdering Tarro toddler, refused bail

UPDATE: Timothy Andrew Whiteley, accused of murdering Tarro toddler, refused bail TweetFacebookFairfax Mediathe young girlhad presented to hospitalwith wounds prior toher death.
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But the girl was returned to her family home after she was released. Within weeks of thathospitalisation, she was killed.

The 26-year-old man accused of the girl’s murder was in a de-facto relationship with her motherand had been living with them, but was not her biologicalfather.

He was arrested on Thursday morning at the Tanilba Bay home of another woman he hadrecently started a relationship with.

It comes after Homicide Squad detectives and Port Stephens-Hunter policeestablished Strike Force Nerium after the girl’s death withinvestigations ongoing since.

Earlier report: Man arrested over toddler’s death at TarroChief Inspector Walpolesaid while “no one was going home” until police had a result, it was a tough case for all of those involved.

“Any murder has its challengesand has its emotional ride, but when you’re dealing with the murder of a 20-month-old baby it’s even more so,” he said.

Detective Chief Inspector Wayne Walpole of the Homicide Squad

“Especially when a lot of the detectives have got young families themselves.”

While he commended the work the detectiveshad completed so far, Chief Inspector Walpole said investigations into the matter werestill ongoing.

However he would not be drawn on whether further arrests were pending.

“We still believe there are people that can assist with this investigation,” hesaid.

“We believe that there are people who may have information in relation to the injuries the young baby suffered and we’durge them to come forward.”

Anyone who has information regarding the incident shouldreport itto Crime Stoppers on 1800 333 000.

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