Australia Australia - Jay Anthony Brogden, 21, murdered, Cannonvale, Queensland, 21 Apr 2007

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    Police reopen cold case of Jay Brogden, 21, who was murdered more than a decade ago | Daily Mail Online

    Jay Anthony Brogden, 21, was reported missing in 2007 after he disappeared in Cannonvale in the coastal region of the Whitsunday Region.

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    He hasn't been seen since and his body has never been found.

    In 2015, a coroner ruled Mr Brogden died as a result of foul play and referred his case to homicide detectives.

    Detective Inspector Damien Hansen said: 'The new information that we were able to obtain this year leaves no doubt in my mind that it's a homicide.'

    A $250,000 reward remains in place for any information leading to a conviction and police will provide indemnity for anyone who is not the principal offender.

    'I am convinced there are other people who are out in the community who have knowledge of this offence,' Det Hansen said.

    He said there were a number of persons of interest in the case, but would not detail their relationship to Mr Brogden.

    On the day Mr Brogden went missing, he had fought violently with his partner and had been receiving death threats because of his treatment of her.

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    https://www.police.qld.gov.au/EventsandAlerts/missingPersons/a-d/brogdenJA.htm

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    ‘A man will be extradited to Queensland over the cold case murder of Jay Brogden in 2007.

    Police arrested a 32-year-old Coffs Harbour man in New South Wales, where he was today charged over other matters.

    He is formerly from Airlie Beach, where the murder is alleged to have occurred.

    Detectives will apply for his extradition to Queensland.

    “This investigation is not finalised, this investigation will be continuing,” Detective Superintendent Damien Hansen said.

    “We have a number of other suspects in relation to Jay’s murder and I expect there will be further information.”

    A 33-year-old man was extradited to Brisbane from Sydney earlier this month over an unrelated stabbing incident in Airlie Beach in 2009. Police have not revealed how he is linked to the case.’

    Man to be extradited over Jay Brogden cold case murder
     
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    ‘Police in Brisbane have charged 33-year-old Braddon Butler with the murder of Jay Brogden in north Queensland.’

    ‘Last month, Queensland police extradited Mr Butler from Sydney to Brisbane.

    He was charged with murder on Tuesday afternoon and has appeared in the Brisbane Magistrates Court.

    The matter was adjourned until May 7 and Mr Butler was remanded in custody.

    Mr Butler's lawyer Tyronne Thomas said his client would fight the charge.’
    Jay Brogden murder accused faces Brisbane court over 2007 killing - ABC News (Australian Broadcasting Corporation)
     
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