A father of a girl whose body was found in the dunes of a Queensland beach over two years ago has penned a beautiful and emotional letter.
Troy Cordingley wrote a tribute for his daughter Toyah on the second anniversary of her unsolved murder.
Toyah was last seen when she took her dog on a walk before she vanished.
Mr Cordingley went on to discover his daughter's body on Wangetti Beach as a search party who were looking for the young woman after she failed to return home on the evening of October 21, 2018.
“Two years … it seems like yesterday … it seems like one hundred years,” Mr Cordingley wrote on Facebook.
“I had a million things to say, but now I don't seem to be able to.
“I miss you more than life itself, I would trade places with you in an instant.
“I am now half the person I used to be, you are my world.
“You are all the love, joy, and happiness I have ever known, you taught me to be a better person.
“Without you, everything seems pointless.
“I love you Toyah, my Brighteyes, my world.
There have been no arrests made over Toyah’s murder.
There is one person of interest, Innisfail nurse Rajwinder Singh, who travelled to India not long after Toyah's body was found and has not been located.
This article originally appeared on Over60.