Published: Mon, July 17, 2017
Sports | By Nelson Rowe

Melbourne buck's party death: Woman in shower was 'member of defence force'

Melbourne buck's party death: Woman in shower was 'member of defence force'

Emergency services were called to a block of serviced apartments on Market Street at 8am.

Four men, in their 20s and 30s, were questioned by police but released from custody after the woman was found on Saturday morning.

Four of the men who were at the buck's party were taken into police custody but were later released without charge.

The woman, who is in her 20s and has not yet been formally identified by police, is understood to be a Victorian resident, reported Nine News.

One of the buck's party guests told The Herald Sun he thought the whole situation was initially "one big stitch-up. but turns out it wasn't".

One of the men said the group had rented three hotel rooms for the night.

The exact circumstances surrounding the woman's death are yet to be established and her identity is still unknown.

The Oaks on Market building in Melbourne's CBD.

"I don't know what happened".

The group stayed around the apartment, between Collins Street and Flinders Lane, for much of the day on Sunday as homicide detectives combed the scene.

At this time, Homicide Squad detectives are investigating the death.

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