Australia Hunter Valley man charged with murder of 20-month-old toddler

10:22  02 august  2018
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Following extensive inquiries, police arrested the man at a home at Tanilba Bay about 8.30am today.

The charge stems from an incident on June 19 on Burgess Parade, Tarro, where a 20-month-old girl was in cardiac arrest.

The toddler suffered significant injuries to her torso, head and internal organs.

The 26-year-old was in a de-facto relationship with the girl's mother and had been living with them for a short time.

The child was taken by NSW Ambulance paramedics to John Hunter Hospital, but later died.

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The Tanilba Bay house where the man was arrested today was that of another woman he had started seeing romantically.

Detective Chief Inspector Wayne Walpole said he was taken to Raymond Terrace Police Station where he was charged with murder.

"[it is] our intention to have his bail refused here and he will be appearing at a bail court in Newcastle tomorrow morning," he said.

Detectives have been investigating the incident for the past six weeks and are urging anyone with information to come forward.

"The investigation is still ongoing, we still believe there are people that can assist with this investigation, we believe that there are people who may have information in relation to the injuries that the young baby suffered," Chief Inspector Walpole said.

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