Heartbreaking final message from murdered Melbourne comedian revealed

Eurydice Dixon's body was found on a soccer field by a passerby in the early hours of Wednesday morning.
Eurydice Dixon's body was found on a soccer field by a passerby in the early hours of Wednesday morning. Photo credit: Facebook

The heartbreaking final message a 22-year-old Melbourne comedian sent before she was killed has been revealed.

Eurydice Dixon was walking home through Princes Park in Carlton North after performing a standup gig.

She was only a few hundreds metres from her home when she sent a Facebook message to a friend who she had left at Flinders Street Station, News.co.au reports. 

"I'm almost home safe, HBU [how about you]," read the message she sent to her friend Toby Magnuson shortly after midnight on Tuesday.

Her body was found on a soccer field by a passerby in the early hours of Wednesday morning. 

Mr Magnuson had told Fairfax Media Ms Dixon was "happy" and "content" after a successful comedy gig.

"She was on top of the world because her gig went so well."

Police released CCTV images for the public's help to try find her killer. 

They suspect she was stalked for over four kilometres on her journey home, News.co.au reports.

Nineteen-year-old Jaymes Todd was arrested on Wednesday after he handed himself into police. 

Todd, who suffers from autism and is socially aggressive, appeared in court on Thursday charged with Ms Dixon's rape and murder.

He has been remanded in custody until October.

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