Jesse Baird, Luke Davies deaths: Bizarre '' request of Beau ... trends now

Jesse Baird, Luke Davies deaths: Bizarre '' request of Beau ... trends now
Jesse Baird, Luke Davies deaths: Bizarre 'Hollywood' request of Beau ... trends now

Jesse Baird, Luke Davies deaths: Bizarre 'Hollywood' request of Beau ... trends now

EXCLUSIVE 

Celeb chaser-turned cop Beau Lamarre-Condon made moves to pursue a new career in acting just days before he allegedly murdered his ex-boyfriend, Channel Ten presenter Jesse Baird and his new partner Luke Davies.

Daily Mail Australia can reveal Lamarre-Condon, 28, contacted an acquaintance who works in the acting industry two weeks ago for help putting together a personal showreel for himself.

Lamarre-Condon told his contact he wanted a demo tape for acting work, with a secondary Instagram set up for his creative pursuits under the name 'Beau London' describing the senior constable as an 'actor based in Sydney'.

'He asked for a showreel,' a source said. 

Beau Lamarre-Condon, 28, was a celebrity chaser before becoming a NSW Police officer

Beau Lamarre-Condon, 28, was a celebrity chaser before becoming a NSW Police officer

FIVE KEY REVELATIONS FROM COPS' PRESS CONFERENCE  

1. Jesse Baird had disclosed to friends that he was being stalked and a report was made to Bondi Police Station last August that there had been a break in at his Paddington home. Police said they believe Mr Baird and Lamarre-Condon were still in an on-off again relationship at that stage.

2. Police revealed that Lamarre-Condon had allegedly broken into the property 'a number of times' including going in to gain access to Mr Baird's phone, deleting contacts off the device, then leaving.

3. Neighbours reported hearing gunshots at 9.50am on Monday morning but did not report it to police at the time. Four minutes later, a triple 0 call was made on Jesse Baird's phone but it disconnected.

4. Police will allege that after killing the couple Lamarre-Condon met up with a female acquaintance on Wednesday and made 'partial admissions' about his crimes. The pair attended a store where Lamarre allegedly bought an angle grinder and padlock. Police will allege that Lamarre then drove the pair out to the Bungonia Property, which he had visited before during a former relationship, and severed the lock and replaced the lock with a new one. He then allegedly drove the vehicle to the back of the property where he spent 30 minutes while the acquaintance waited for him.

Police said the acquaintance is an innocent party and was unaware the bodies were allegedly in the back of the vehicle.

The pair then drove back to Sydney.

Police will alleged Lamarre-Condon returned to the property later that evening after purchasing weights and disposed of the bodies.

5. Police believe Lamarre returned to the property sometime between 11.30am and 8.30pm on Thursday after the acquaintance became suspicious. They believe he may have allegedly moved the body to another location and they may not be in the dam which is being searched in the NSW Southern Highlands on Monday.

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This masthead can also reveal Lamarre-Condon, who worked as a youth officer , was just a week away from starting training for the Protection Operations Unit, which oversees security of politicians, diplomats and other public dignitaries.

It comes after it was revealed the police officer had recently bragged to others that he had started his own swimwear line and was completing the VIP protection module.

Condon-Lamarre and his female acquaintance then travelled to a rural farm in Bungonia where he used the angle grinder to break into a padlocked gate.

Police allege Lamarre-Condon then disappeared in the HiAce van for half an hour, leaving the acquaintance on her own before returning to pick her up. 

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