Friday, 28 February 2014

Cannonvale Missing Persons a pattern?

Missing man, Cannonvale

Police have renewed their appeal for public assistance to help locate a 46-year-old man missing from Cannonvale.
Family and friends of Nicholas Luchetta hold serious concerns for his wellbeing as he has not made contact with them since October 11.
Mr Luchetta (pictured) is described as being Caucasian, 190cm tall with a proportionate build, tanned complexion, short brown hair and blue eyes.
It is believed he suffers from a medical condition.
Anyone with information in regards to his whereabouts or any other information which could assist in the investigation is urged to contact Airlie Beach Police on 4948 8888 or Crime Stoppers on 1800 555 000.








Jay Anthony BROGDEN

   
Name: Jay Anthony BROGDEN Last seen: 21/04/2007 Year of Birth: 1986 Sex: Male Eyes: Blue Hair: Black Height: 178cm Build: Medium Complexion: Fair
Circumstances:  Last seen at Cannonvale in North Queensland on 21 April 2007 following a domestic disturbance with his girlfriend. Has not contacted family or friends since this time.

Leslie Devitt Missing Persons

CANNONVALE man Michael Leslie Devitt is one of many people in the spotlight this week, National Missing Persons Week.
Police are still trying to find Mr Devitt, who was reported missing by his family in February 2010.
During National Missing Persons Week, Mackay police are working with Queensland police to promote awareness about this year’s theme, ‘when someone goes missing, more than one person is lost’.
Acting Sergeant Angela Warcon, of Mackay’s crime prevention unit, said a missing person affected the family and community.

In the area.
Unsolved Murders....
A REWARD of $250,000 remains for information which could solve the murder of Dorothy Mavis Britton at Airlie Beach.
It was the 16th anniversary of Mrs Britton's brutal death yesterday and police reminded everyone that this unsolved crime has a major reward.
"In addition to $250,000, an appropriate indemnity from prosecution will be recommended for any accomplice, not being the person who actually committed the crime, who first gives information," police said.
Mrs Britton, aged 48, died as a result of a single shotgun wound to the head and a murder weapon has never been located.
She was last seen alive about midday on March 6, 1996."In addition to $250,000, an appropriate indemnity from prosecution will be recommended for any accomplice, not being the person who actually committed the crime, who first gives information," police said.
Mrs Britton, aged 48, died as a result of a single shotgun wound to the head and a murder weapon has never been located.
She was last seen alive about midday on March 6, 1996.
When relatives could not contact her the next day, a daughter-in-law went to the home in Timberlands Rd, Jubilee Pocket.
Darkness had fallen and she found no light on.
She found the wooden front door open.
However, the sliding screen door was closed but not locked.
The Britton's dog was standing on the veranda near the front door.
On entering the premises she found the body and phoned Whitsunday police and a nearby friend of the family.
Investigators believed that robbery was not a motive as Mrs Britton's handbag containing cash was undisturbed and the dwelling did not give the appearance of having been ransacked.
Mrs Britton was on a bed in the main bedroom and there did not appear to be signs of a struggle.
Subsequent investigations revealed that Mrs Britton had attended folk art in Pleasant Dr at Cannonvale between 9.15am and 12.30pm the previous day and had not been seen after that.
Neighbours reported that they could not recall hearing the Britton's dog barking.
Police were unable to locate a shotgun, which was missing from the property. It was long barrelled with a single trigger that had to be cocked before firing.
There was a lever on the top used to break open the shotgun.
It was considered that clothing work by the person responsible for the shooting may have become bloodstained while committing the offence, requiring them to wash themselves, or wash or dispose of their clothing.
Phone CrimeStoppers on 1800 333 000.

1 comment:

  1. So sad news! Have you checked local clinic & hospitals? Have you found cellphone? Have you tracked phone numbers along with SM accounts? Thanks~ Anne from missingpersonsinaustralia.com.au

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