Million-dollar reward to catch Middle Park woman’s killer


One million-dollar reward is on supply to assist clear up the homicide of a Melbourne grandmother who was discovered overwhelmed and strangled in her residence practically a decade in the past.

A neighbour discovered 69-year-old Jeanette Moss lifeless in her Center Park residence on January 15, 2014, however a coronial inquest revealed she was killed the day earlier than.

Grandmother Jeanette Moss and her daughter Tara Dunn.

Grandmother Jeanette Moss and her daughter Tara Dunn. Credit score:Victoria Police

“This was a brutal crime involving a susceptible member of the group, alone in her own residence,” Murder Squad detective performing inspector Paul Scarlett mentioned.

He mentioned for 9 years a major investigation into her demise was carried out, however on Wednesday police introduced the $1 million reward for data that might cause them to the assassin.

“There was no signal of pressured entry into Jeanette’s residence, so one line of enquiry has been that it might have been somebody who was recognized to Jeanette,” Scarlett mentioned.

The grandmother was discovered with a white fabric torn from a sheet wrapped round her neck and in depth accidents to her face and chest, a coronial inquest was informed final 12 months.

Photos of a bedroom at the woman’s Middle Park apartment  where blood was found on the ground.

Images of a bed room on the lady’s Center Park residence the place blood was discovered on the bottom. Credit score:Victoria Police

In accordance with the report, a bottle of wine was discovered open on the kitchen bench with glasses within the dishwasher.

Moss was seen working errands on January 14, driving to a Bay Avenue pharmacy at Port Melbourne in her inexperienced 1997 BMW sedan.

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