Car clue as cops hunt Sarah suspect

Written By Unknown on Senin, 19 November 2012 | 20.01

Facebook friends of missing Victorian Sarah Cafferkey are hoping the body of a woman found is not hers.

A MAN considered a person of interest in the murder of Sarah Cafferkey is a convicted killer who once escaped from jail .

The 47-year-old, who recently moved into Point Cook, is at the centre of a nationwide hunt as police piece together the last moments of Ms Cafferkey's life.

The force has appealed to the person of interest to hand himself in.

Friends in shock, disbelief

Charlie Bezzina: What we know

Ms Cafferkey's body was found in a Point Cook house after the homicide squad executed a warrant to search it on Saturday night.

The 22-year-old Bacchus Marsh woman went missing on November 9, her car found in Maribyrnong days later but police did not hold fears for her safety until Friday.

The homicide squad has focussed on posts made via Facebook to Ms Cafferkey, which include him messaging: "Love the pics....Looking good Heartbreaker lol" and "Catch up when you get free time...."

The Herald Sun can reveal the person of interest has a violent history and recently split from his girlfriend.

In 1986 he was convicted of murder after stabbing an 18-year-old woman to death - a crime for which he was sentenced to a minimum 13 years jail.

He also staged a breakout from Pentridge Prison in 1990, but was caught in a Coburg backyard after 30 minutes bleeding from cuts caused by razor wire. He was found hiding under a trampoline.

Facebook pages reveal the man dubbed his former home in Werribee a "rape dungeon".

Police yesterday confirmed Miss Cafferkey's case was considered a murder investigation. Her body has been formally identified.

Police have not revealed how Ms Cafferkey was killed after a post mortem was conducted yesterday. But a yellow Commodore has been linked to the investigation.

The Herald Sun understands police investigating the case set up a crime scene around a stripped down yellow sedan on the Western Hwy near Bacchus Marsh on Friday.

It is believed the car belongs to the person of interest.

Images of a yellow car parked in the driveway of the house where Ms Cafferkey's body was found can be seen from aerial images of the property taken last October.

Interactions with Ms Cafferkey are among several leads police are following.

Meanwhile, Det-Inspector Michael Roberts of the homicide squad has ruled out an ex-boyfriend of Ms Cafferkey's as a person of interest.

The father of another man who lived at the property where the body was found said his son had been through a "considerable ordeal".

Denis Weily, dad of Point Cook man Adam Weily said: "Adam has been through a considerable ordeal. He's been referred to a psychologist due to the high degree of trauma."

"It's been extremely traumatic for all involved and we are 12,000 km away in Tanzania and can't help or do anything."

A staff member at El Zorro Transport where Adam works as a national transformation manager said: "He's not here.

"I don't know when he'll be back. I'm just taking messages for him and emailing them through to him. He phoned this morning to say he wouldn't be in."

Anyone with information is urged contact Crime Stoppers on 1800 333 000.

- with Chris Gillett

Police are hunting a suspect in the death of 22-year-old Sarah Cafferkey.

A satellite image taken in October of a yellow car in the driveway where a body was found.

Forensic police inspect the Point Cook home today after the grim find. Picture: Andrew Tauber

Investigations are continuing following the discovery of human remains at a house in Melbourne

A neighbour described Ms Cafferkey as a "good girl just trying to find her way".

A body of a woman believed to be Sarah Cafferkey was found in a house in Point Cook.

Forensic police inspect the Point Cook home today after the grim find. Picture: Andrew Tauber

Flowers and letters left on the doorstep of Sarah Cafferkey's home in Bacchus Marsh. Picture: Chris Scott

Anda sedang membaca artikel tentang

Car clue as cops hunt Sarah suspect

Dengan url

Anda boleh menyebar luaskannya atau mengcopy paste-nya

Car clue as cops hunt Sarah suspect

namun jangan lupa untuk meletakkan link

Car clue as cops hunt Sarah suspect

sebagai sumbernya

0 komentar:

Posting Komentar Techie Blogger Techie Blogger