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WA police seek clues over woman's death

AAP logoAAP 10/11/2016 Rebecca Gredley

A supplied image obtained Thursday, Nov. 10, 2016. Of 41-year-old WA woman Tanya Leah Beattie © AAP image/WA Police A supplied image obtained Thursday, Nov. 10, 2016. Of 41-year-old WA woman Tanya Leah Beattie WA Police have released the name of a woman found dead in a Bunbury house on the weekend.

The body of Tanya Leah Beattie, 41, was found on Saturday when police were called to a duplex on Ann Street, Eaton just after 8.30pm.

Her death is being treated as a possible homicide and police are asking for help to find out Ms Beattie's activities on Friday and Saturday.

A neighbour told the Bunbury Mail on Sunday the male resident "seemed quite angry" on Friday "and I could hear him smashing up things in his house".

"Usually there is a lot of very loud music playing during the day but yesterday was dead quiet, there was no movement of cars so I figured something was wrong," the neighbour told the Fairfax Regional Media publication.

Police said several reports were also received on Saturday night of a naked man behaving erratically on South Western Highway.

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