I don know how they did it. It all one solid piece. Did it with powers, Satyr said. Karlie Jade Pearce Stevenson’s body may have been dumped at the notorious Belanglo State Forest to throw police ‘off track’ from their investigation. (Supplied: SA Police)Investigation begins as community mourns and 2yo daughterForensic team shift focus as investigation continues into mother daughter deathsMurdered woman Karlie Pearce Stevenson may have been dumped in Belanglo State Forest as a deliberate distraction to throw investigators “off track,” police say.Key points: Karlie Jade Pearce Stevenson’s remains found in Belanglo State ForestRemains found near to where serial killer Ivan Milat’s victims were foundPolice say the site may have been chosen to distract investigationHer remains were found in the New South Wales forest in 2010 while the remains of her young daughter, Khandalyce Kiara Pearce, were found dumped more than 1,100 kilometres away alongside a SA highway earlier this year.SA Police Detective Superintendent Des Bray was asked on 891 ABC Adelaide about suggestions Ms Pearce Stevenson may have been killed elsewhere and dumped at Belanglo as a ruse.The forest is notorious as the former stomping ground of serial killer Ivan Milat, who was convicted in 1996 over the murders of seven young people in the area.His nephew, Matthew Milat, was also sentenced in 2012 for killing his 17 year old friend with an axe in the forest.”The forest is infamous and it’s a reasonable theory to suggest the person [murder suspect] could have disposed of the body in the forest to throw us off track,” Superintendent Bray said.”But it hasn’t, and we’re convinced that Karlie’s death has nothing to do with the previous crimes associated with the forest.”Since the identification of the victims, police said an enormous amount of information had been received including 30 calls from SA residents and another dozen calls from other states to Crime Stoppers.Earlier on Thursday, Superintendent Bray said police were not willing to speak about the circumstances of the mother and daughter’s death and where they might have died.They were really good people, salt of the earth people . She [Karlie] was a normal everyday sort of kid.”We’re not 100 per cent certain and if we were to speculate it might not be a good thing,” Superintendent Bray said.”It’s really important that we put out information that’s correct.”It’s going to take us a little while to unravel the mystery but I’m very confident, the way the investigation’s heading, we will get a result on this.”Forensic scientists: DNA ‘challenge’ Forensic scientists turn their efforts to finding DNA traces of a potential suspect in a double murder investigation after the ‘challenging’ task of extracting DNA from bones.Superintendent Bray said Karlie left Alice Springs in 2008 with her daughter to travel and find work.They were last seen in November of that year, driving on the Stuart Highway near Coober Pedy.He said their movements after that were a mystery.Police believe they also travelled to Darwin, Adelaide and throughout the Murray and Riverland districts.”Karlie and Khandalyce travelled extensively from Darwin through central Australia, Adelaide, probably through Victoria, Canberra and the Riverland,” Superintendent Bray said..