A woman accused of murdering a man made a chilling Instagram post the day after he disappeared, it has been reported.
Samantha Grace Guillerme, 24, shared a photo walking her dog in remote bushland after Jarrad Lovison, 37, went missing in Australia on April 16.
The cafe worker captioned the April 17 snap: "Today’s adventure."
She tagged it at the Lyrebird Forest Walk, about 35 miles south of Moondarra in Victoria, Australia, news.com.au reports.
Jarrad's body was found dumped in the woods at Moondarra, 18 miles north of his home in Newborough, Victoria, on May 23.
Police arrested Guillerme on Tuesday in Moe, about 90 miles east of Melbourne.
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She appeared in Latrobe Magistrates' Court charged with murder later the same day.
Two men from Victoria also appeared in court today charged with murder over the death.
Jake Brown, 28, of Willow Grove, and Andrew Price, 47, of Newborough, faced the same court via video link.
Jarrad disappeared from a side of the road during the early hours of April 16, after meeting with an associate on his mountain bike.
His dad John said: "We just want to know who did this to our son and why."
Guillerme’s Facebook page says she worked at a cafe called Eat Live Fresh in Trafalgar, Australia.
Her Instagram bio says: "Work hard, dream big, invest in yourself."
Three other people were arrested on Wednesday morning in the Gippsland area in eastern Victoria, according to reports.
But a 44-year-old woman and a 55-year-old man were later released without charge.
Detectives believes he was left by the road sitting on his bike staring at his phone.
They recently returned to the spot where he was last seen alive to appeal for anyone with information.
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