Marnielee Cave’s body was found under a bridge in Tathra on the Far South Coast. Photo: Supplied Marnielee Cave attended school in Canberra.?marnie lee cave.jpg Photo: Facebook
More than 100 friends and family members celebrated the life of murdered Bega woman Marnielee Cave at a funeral service on Wednesday.
Coloured balloons were released and stories and some laughs were shared as they remembered the bubbly 26-year-old.
There were many people from Canberra – where Ms Cave attended school – and even a visitor from Adelaide at Wolumla’s Clavering Park to pay their respects.
At the wake, in lieu of charging for hall hire, a collection was taken up and more than $200 was donated to Ricky’s Place, where Ms Cave volunteered.
While the family may have now laid Ms Cave to rest, they are still after answers.
Ms Cave’s body was found under the Mogareeka bridge at Tathra early on Wednesday, October 14.
Reports were she had last been seen shopping in Bega the morning before.
A police spokesperson said investigations were continuing but reiterated their call for assistance from the public.
If anyone has any information about her whereabouts on the afternoon of October 13, or any other information that could help police, call Crime Stoppers on 1800 333 000.
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