Tuesday, 12 January 2016

Missing Cheryl Grimmer

Police search warrant for 6/34-36a Darlinghurst Road, Kings  Cross will expose the gang which is known for alleged Paedophilia called the Pink Triangle.

Detective Dark has received emails from me asking for the Police search since June 2014 as he is in charge I was told of Team 1.
Who investigates the police.....no one.

1970 Cheryl Grimmer three, disappears from Fairy Meadow Beach.  Her parents receive a ransom note but the kidnapper fails to show, unsolvved case.
It was January 12, 1970, when the Grimmers' world was turned upside down.
The wind turned bitterly cold about 1.30pm. Carole Grimmer sent her children to shower at the nearby change sheds.
After about 10 minutes, Stephen and Ricky, 7, returned to tell her that Cheryl, who was wearing her royal blue one-piece swimming costume, was still in the men's change rooms.
Mrs Grimmer went to fetch her but Cheryl was nowhere to be found.
Detective Sergeant James Dark said police had re-examined suspects, the ransom note, and the lock of an unknown person's hair that was sent to police, but investigators did not get enough evidence to charge anyone.
The ransom note, demanding $10,000 and saying Cheryl was unharmed, was sent to police in the days after she disappeared.
The kidnapper specified a meeting time and place but did not show up. No more ransom demands were made.
Carrying her swimmers and towel in a bundle, Cheryl was standing near a bubbler when witnesses saw a man pick her up and run into the car park.
At an inquest last year into her disappearance, a coroner ruled that Cheryl died soon after the man took her. It heard that a reinvestigation in 2008 examined the possibility that Cheryl was either killed and buried, or kept by her abductor and brought up under another name.
Detective Sergeant Dark said the huge police operation and publicity might have put off the offender. ''I genuinely believe that someone out there has information,'' he said.
The Police Minister, Michael Gallacher, said the family relived the kidnapping ''day after day, week after week, year after year''.
The kidnapper, described then as in his 30s or 40s, could be elderly or dead, but the family still needed to know what happened, he said. ''The release today of the reward is an incentive for people to come forward. But there's a bigger incentive: the family.''


2 comments:

  1. I only just came across these posts by Jennifer Stone. I desperately need to speak with her. I believe I am a missing person. I believe the police and others are stopping me from the truth. I have not a shadow of a doubt I am right and it's been four years of inner hell for me.

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    1. Contact me Malissa Bell.

      amy-misson@hotmail.com

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