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NSW Police sack officer charged over double murder

New South Wales Police have announced that Beau Lamarre-Condon, the police officer charged over the alleged murder of Sydney couple Jesse Baird and Luke Davies, has been sacked from his position.

Lamarre-Condon is due to face court in April after he handed himself in to police, and eventually assisted with identifying the location of the two missing men’s bodies.

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Police have alleged that he killed Baird and Davies at a Paddington address before moving their bodies to a property in rural New South Wales.

They have alleged that the murders were committed by the officer on 19th February using his police-issued weapon. Lamarre-Condon was a senior constable assigned to the Sydney special command at the time of the murders.

In a statement police said, “Under section 181D of the Police Act 1990, the Commissioner has the ability to remove officers if she has lost confidence in their suitability to continue as a police officer.”

Prior to joining the police force Lamarre-Condon was known for his social media presence where he often was pictured with celebrities.

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