The 30-year mystery of what happened to Janie Perrin. Janie’s family calls for answers
Police appeal for information
A $100,000 reward remains on offer for information leading to the arrest and conviction of those responsible for the death of Janie Perrin in Bourke 30 years ago.
A spokesperson for the NSW Police Homicide Squad said detectives were continuing to appeal for information, as they acknowledged the 30th anniversary of this crime.
Strike Force Pollwood was formed to investigate Mrs Perrin’s death, but despite exhaustive investigations and reviews over three decades, no one had been charged in relation to her murder.
“The case remains under the responsibility of the Squad’s Unsolved Homicide Unit and will be formally reviewed under the unit’s new processes in due course.
“As with all unsolved cases, police continue to appeal for information from the public.
“Anyone who has information is urged to contact Crime Stoppers on 1800 333 000,” she said.
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