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Hunt For Husband Of Woman Found In Freezer Ends In China

Chinese police have confirmed they are speaking to a man after his wife’s body was found in a freezer at their Sydney home on Wednesday.

Chinese-Australian woman Renxi Ouyang, 36, was found dead by NSW police officers at the Pymble unit.

Emergency services had been called to the unit on Bobbin Head Rd about 10am on Wednesday after a friend became concerned for her welfare.

"At this stage, we don't have any motive, we don't have a cause of death. We'll explore that as we explore the identity of the victim, the identity of those involved," Detective Superintendent Scott Cook told reporters.

Haoling 'Andrew' Luo worked in real estate. Image: Supplied

10 News First can report that Ms Ouyang’s husband Haoling Luo, a real estate agent, left the country via Sydney’s international airport about 11.30am on Tuesday.

The couple’s two young sons have been found safe in China's southwestern Sichuan province.

Police made the grim discovery at the Pymble unit block on Wednesday. Image: 10 News First
The apartment block where the woman was found. Image: ABC News

Sydney neighbours of the pair claim they heard the couple fighting.

It’s understood police had been to the property before.

Police believe the freezer was purchased on Monday.

NSW Police have teamed up with Chinese authorities to investigate the case.