Haunting CCTV shows Aussie TV presenter Jesse Baird’s cop ex pacing streets barefoot before ‘double shooting murder’

Haunting CCTV shows Aussie TV presenter Jesse Baird’s cop ex pacing streets barefoot before ‘double shooting murder’

JESSE Baird’s ex-lover was caught walking barefoot on CCTV before he allegedly murdered the Aussie TV presenter and his boyfriend.

Beau Lamarre-Condon, 28, handed himself in to police earlier this morning – after allegedly killing TV star Jesse Baird, 26, and Luke Davies, 29, in Sydney on Monday.

9newsHaunting CCTV shows Lamarre walking down a road where a white van was seen earlier[/caption]

Supplied/Liam MendesBeau Lamarre has been charged with two counts of murder[/caption]

NSW POLICEThe cop ex-lover was seen handcuffed handing himself in to the police on Friday morning[/caption]

InstagramThe bodies of Jesse Baird, 26, (L) and Luke Davies, 29 (R) haven’t been found yet[/caption]

The new footage shows Lamarre walking without shoes down a street in Grays point – where a white Toyota HiAce was found on Friday morning.

It is alleged he hired the van to transport and dispose the bodies of the couple.

The bodies of the men have still not been found.

Detective Superintendent Danny Doherty added that “it is important that we get the movements in relation to that van as hopefully we can find the bodies”.

“It’s really important that we do locate the bodies, not only for the cause of death but the answers for the family because they are still grieving and are starting to grieve now,” he said.

Lamarre was seen handcuffed as he handed himself in to the police earlier today.

The CCTV footage shows the chilling moment a man – appearing to be Lamarre – walks accompanied by the officers into the building.

The cop has been charged with two counts of murder after allegedly using his service weapon while on-duty to kill Mr Baird and his Qantas flight attendant boyfriend.

Detective Superintendent Danny Doherty told reporters on Friday: “Charges have been submitted for two counts of murder.

“He will be formally refused bail by police and expected to face court at some stage, whether it is today or tomorrow.”

Lamarre briefly appeared in court on Friday wearing a black T-shirt.

He did not apply for bail and it was formally refused.

According to cops, Lamarre used his police gun to kill the pair at Mr Baird’s home in Paddington, Sydney on Monday night.

The detective said “a large amount of blood was located” at the crime scene – along with a bullet matching Lamarre’s work-issued gun.

“This has now been physically matched to a NSW Police firearm and forms part of the evidence for the alleged facts to face court for this 28-year-old man,” Mr Doherty said.

Detectives believe Lamarre locked the alleged murder weapon in a police station’s firearms safe on Tuesday before calling in sick for the rest of the day.

He then failed to return to his duties the next day when the police discovered blood-covered clothes belonging to Mr Braid and Mr Davies in a skip bin.

The couple were last seen alive at a pre-Mardi Gras party on Sunday.

They are believed to have returned to Mr Braid’s house after the night out, and were spotted on CCTV on Monday – with the white van also seen in the footage.

Neither were seen or heard from since then.

Police have also set up a new crime scene in Lambton, Newcastle – some 102 miles away – after a white van with a matching description was spotted in the area, reported news.com.au.


Lamarre previously dated Mr Baird and cops have been told that their break-up was “bitter”.

Mr Baird reportedly expressed concerns for his safety and said he was being stalked.

Mr Doherty said there were “no warnings or flags to us in relation to his behaviour or any relationship breakdown”.

“Since this inquiry has come along and those investigations were made with family and friends, and it has been well documented that there were some worrying behaviours that have been alleged by family and friends but that was never reported to police,” he said.

Officers searched a home linked to Lamarre in the Balmain area of Sydney on Thursday night and seized a number of items.


The last time Mr Baird and Mr Davies were seen was on Monday in Paddington, cops said.

A frantic search for the pair has begun after police discovered bloodied clothes belonging to Mr Davies and Mr Bairds in a skip bin on Wednesday morning.

Phone, keys and credit cards were also among the possessions found in the skip bin – 18 miles away from Mr Baird’s home.

Police said they had “grave concerns” for the two men after the discovery.

Police searched Baird’s home in Paddington and found a “large amount of blood” and blood-stained furniture.

There were also “signs of a struggle” as furniture had been moved around.

The amount of blood has led the officers to believe that at least one of the men had suffered “a significant injury”.

Baird’s neighbours heard arguments on early Monday morning but didn’t report it until police began canvassing the scene two days later.

Mr Davies has not been at work since Monday and his family have not spoken to him since then.

Mr Baird’s phone was last active on Tuesday night when text messages were sent to his friends, the police confirmed.

ReutersPolice established a crime scene at Mr Baird’s house after discovering pools of blood[/caption]

InstagramThe couple weren’t seen or heard from since Monday[/caption]

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