Police are investigating the circumstances surrounding the death of a woman at a property on Bonn Rd, just out of Rochester.January 26, 2014 1:25pm
UPDATE: Detective Inspector Bernie Rankin of the Major Collision Investigation Unit has confirmed a man is in custody following the death of a woman near Rochester today.
He said the woman, 35, was found dead this morning after a concert on private property.
The woman is from Yarraville in Melbourne.
EARLIER: A woman in her 30s was found dead at a Bonn Rd property at 9am today.
A Victoria Police media spokesperson said the body was found in a collapsed tent at the site of a music festival.
The Major Collision Investigation Unit is on the way to the scene to investigate the incident.
Ambulance Victoria confirmed the woman was dead when they arrived shortly after 9am.
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