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  1. #31
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    December 17, 2015

    CLAREMONT SERIAL MURDERS: 20 YEARS ON
    The mother of the killer’s second victim shares her ongoing heartache “I would like to see justice done”
    https://au.lifestyle.yahoo.com/who/l...s-20-years-on/

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    Nightmare begins for third family
    https://au.news.yahoo.com/thewest/wa...-third-family/


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    January 27, 2016

    Glare of suspicion burnt several innocent men
    https://au.news.yahoo.com/thewest/wa...-innocent-men/


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    January 28, 2016

    Forensic science helps police close in on killer
    https://au.news.yahoo.com/thewest/wa...serial-killer/

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    Published May 31st, 8:45 pm

    Sunday Night

    "How did Australia's biggest and most expensive manhunt go so wrong? How the man who killed at least three young women was never brought to justice."

    VIDEO: THE CLAREMONT KILLER - PART ONE
    https://au.news.yahoo.com/sunday-nig...art-one/#page1

    VIDEO: THE CLAREMONT KILLER - PART TWO
    https://au.news.yahoo.com/sunday-nig...art-two/#page1

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    March 21, 2015

    Serial killer net tightens By BRET CHRISTIAN
    http://www.postnewspapers.com.au/edi.../pdf/paper.pdf

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    January 26, 2012

    New DNA hope for cold cases
    Read more: https://au.news.yahoo.com/thewest/wa...or-cold-cases/

    Forensic evidence in all of WA's major unsolved crimes for the past 50 years will soon be retested using a world-first technique for examining DNA.

    Acting Supt Gordon Fairman said yesterday police would within months use the more accurate technique to analyse all DNA samples it collects, a move which he believed would revolutionise criminal forensics in WA.

    Forensic evidence from cold cases dating back to the 1960s would also be retested to try to identify new suspects.

    He said using the current technique, police could not always get the DNA profile of a person who left forensic evidence at a crime scene because the sample was either too small or degraded by weather or the passage of time.

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    CCTV footage of Mystery Man, released separately from the Crime Investigation Australia episode:
    https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=hbbg-FVij4c

    'Hidden' frame at the 00:00:45 mark within the footage:
    ImageUploadedByTapatalk1457658245.985010.jpg

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    The links for post #12 and post #13 in this thread are no longer working for me. Here's another link that does work for 'Part One' of Who Killed These Woman? – The Hunt for A Serial Killer

    WHO KILLED THESE WOMEN? – THE HUNT FOR A SERIAL KILLER – Part One
    http://www.watoday.com.au/zoom/archi...0601_0220_2955

    The Age - Sat May 30 1998

    "THE LAUGHTER has died in Claremont. It was there one Friday night a year ago, and the next day it was gone. The music stopped. Parents of young women became frightened; those with young, blonde daughters were terrified."

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    The link to the article 'Prime Suspect', Post #17 in this thread is no longer working for me. Here's a link to the article that does work.

    Prime suspect
    http://www.watoday.com.au/zoom/archi...1128_0538_8966

    Sydney Morning Herald – Sat Nov 28 1998

    "Police believe he is a serial killer but don't have the evidence to lay charges. He says he's innocent. DAVID REARDON in Perth talked to a hounded man."


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    Presumed Innocent?
    http://www.watoday.com.au/zoom/archi...0905_0258_6690

    The Age Sat - Sep 05 1998

    "For Lance it was to be a day like no other. He's a regular-looking 41-year-old bloke who drives a small, white car and works as a clerk in the Public Service. He moved back in with mum and dad recently and probably considered Monday to be a pretty ordinary day: that was until late in the afternoon, when he entered the car park to drive home to the wealthy bayside suburb of Cottesloe."

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    The mind of a murderer
    http://www.watoday.com.au/zoom/archi...0404_0078_0264

    Sydney Morning Herald - Fri Apr 04 1997

    "Police are pinning their hopes on psychological profiling as the way to catch a serial killer who has turned Perth into a city in fear, writes DUNCAN GRAHAM ."

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    Killer leaves a profile, but few clues
    Read more: http://www.watoday.com.au/zoom/archi...0404_0234_8681

    The Age - Fri Apr 04 1997

    In autumn, Perth's balmy lifestyle is outdoors, relaxed and laced with hedonism. Friday afternoon is not a good time to do business, unless your business is leisure.

    And for the young, beautiful and affluent seeking nightlife, Claremont, an old, established up-market suburb 10 minutes from the city, sandwiched between the river and the ocean, is the place to be seen.

    And watched. In the past 15 months three young women, all educated in the nearby private schools, from stable homes, with good jobs and prospects, have vanished after leaving Claremont nightspots.

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    Search for serial killer going nowhere
    Read more: http://www.watoday.com.au/zoom/archi...0318_0323_4450

    The Age - Sat Mar 18 2000

    Three years after Perth's serial killer last struck, the massive police taskforce investigating the disappearance and murder of three young women is at a stalemate.

    Police have had a prime suspect for almost two years. But despite spending millions on surveillance, DNA, psychological and lie-detector tests, they have not been able to crack one of the nation's most vexing criminal cases.

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    Claremont serial killer: Taxi clue to Ciara Glennon’s death
    Read more: http://www.perthnow.com.au/news/west...956cdffd1aa3ab

    January 4, 2015

    MORE than 17 years after Ciara Glennon’s body was found in dense bushland 45km north of Perth, a local man has come forward with information that puts a taxi at the scene.

    The taxi had its headlights off as it turned off Pipidinny Rd, Eglinton, on to Wanneroo Rd in the pre-dawn darkness, the Two Rocks resident told The Sunday Times. He said he had to hit his brakes to avoid hitting it.

    The man’s detailed account is supported by his wife, who insists she tried to inform police in the days after Ciara’s body was discovered in scrub off secluded Pipidinny Rd on April 3, 1997.

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