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Sheila Von Weise

A 62-year-old Sheila Von Weise was found dead in a suitcase at St.Regis Hotel, Bali. The body was found half-naked and stuffed inside a suitcase, on 13th August 2014. The police currently kept the victim's 19 year-old daughter, Heather and Heather's 21-year-old boyfriend, Tommy.

It is said that her 19-year-old daughter has a violence behavior, she will get angry and throw things if she dont get what she want.

Just a day before the body was found, the hotel receptions claimed that they heard Sheila and Heather arguing about the hotel bill. Sheila said that she paid for Tommy's flight and as for the room bill, both of them should take care of it.

And just the next day, Heather and Tommy ordered a taxi, and refused the porter assistance in carrying the suitcase, right after putting the suitcase inside the taxi, the couple went straight to the receptionist, telling them that Sheila will be the one paying for the bill and asking the staff to open the safety box (inside the safety box - Sheila Jewelries and their passports), but the receptionist refused because Sheila instruct them only she should be allowed to open the box.

Right after that, the teen-couple left the hotel via back door, and call for another taxi and went straight to the airport, and telling the immigration officers that they lost their passport. After being told by immigration officials that lost passports had to be reported to respective embassies, the couple vanished again, this time taking a taxi to the four star Risata Bali Resort, a short distance from the airport.

With an alert going out to all hotels and taxis, police received a call from staff at the Risata where, raiding a room at 8.30am on Wednesday, police found the couple asleep and arrested them.

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