Police have deemed the death of a woman whose body was found at Mundaring Weir as not suspicious
Allyson Rose Holloway, a 41-year-old mother from Bicton, was the woman found floating in the water on New Year's Eve.
Two men in a four-wheel-drive discovered her body floating in the water about 3pm.
After an appeal by police a number of people who had seen Ms Holloway on Sunday evening came forward.
Police were able to piece together a timeline with the information provided by the public and with the results of a post mortem, Ms Holloway's death has been deemed not suspicious.
The spot where she was discovered was 9km away from the nearest main road, and Ms Holloway was found without shoes and with no vehicle within walking distance.
Det Sen Sgt Hindriksen said Ms Holloway, who was married with a grown-up daughter, was upset on the night she was last seen and had been having personal problems. She also had a history of drug issues and depression.Police will prepare a report for the State Coroner.
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