A $500,000 reward has been supplied for details about the loss of life of Paul Strangio in Sydney’s west 13 years in the past.
Emergency companies had been known as to a house in Sheoak Place, Glenmore Park, about 10.15pm on February 6, 2010, following experiences of photographs fired.
Regardless of the efforts of NSW Ambulance paramedics, a 42-year-old man, later recognized as Strangio, died on the scene.
The State Crime Command’s murder squad took management of the investigation underneath Strike Drive Goodier.
To help the investigation into the chilly case, police have introduced the reward for info that results in the arrest and conviction of the particular person or individuals chargeable for Strangio’s loss of life.
Murder squad Commander Detective appearing Superintended Virginia Gorman hopes the reward will immediate anybody with info to come back ahead, saying that detectives wouldn’t hand over.
“The general public are reminded that there isn’t a piece of knowledge too small for investigators; your tip might be the lacking piece of the puzzle within the investigation,” she stated.
Strangio’s brother, Julian Strangio, stated he hoped the reward would assist maintain these accountable to account.