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A $ 1 million cash reward is available to help the police solve the alleged murder of exotic dancer Shari Davison 25 years ago.
Shari Davison has been missing – presumed murdered – for 25 years. Today police have posted a $1M reward to find her killer. One person of interest is behind bars for 2 other murders. Below is a letter from Shari’s ageing parents who fear their time is running out @9NewsMelb pic.twitter.com/8mME5f5W0k
— Lana Murphy (@LanaMurphy) July 1, 2020
Shari Davison Age
She was 27 years old.
Footscray’s mother Shari Davison
Footscray’s mother was last seen alive by her boyfriend at Crown Casino Melbourne at 7 am on February 18, 1995. Davison was missing by the head of the strip club four days later, and the police believe she was killed.
Detective inspector Andrew Stamper says
Detective inspector Andrew Stamper says the reward for information about his disappearance has increased from $ 50,000 to $ 1 million.
The Public Prosecutor’s Director plans to award damages to anyone who is able to identify a director or offenders.
“The situation of people can change over the years and someone who might not have wanted to provide information to the police before now can feel ready to do so,” said the detective inspector on Wednesday. Stamp in a press release.
Davison left a strip club in Dandenong with a co-worker around 10:50 pm on February 17, 1995, before visiting a sports club in Croydon for a short time.
They moved to the Mentone Hotel, where they stayed with Davison’s boyfriend and another friend until 1 pm.
Davison and her boyfriend went to a home in Hampton before leaving at 2 am to go to the Crown Casino.
Her boyfriend left the casino at 7:00 am, but Davison stayed 40 minutes before taking a taxi home.
Later that day, she made two calls from a pay phone at a gas station on Ballarat Rd, Dandenong, between 12:00 and 14:00.
One call was sent to the boyfriend asking her to meet so she could get personal items, including the phone charger, and the other was to tell the employer that she would be working on the spot. afternoon. She never came.
Davison, who was a circus aerialist before becoming a stripper, had a small baby who was still in childbirth when he disappeared.
A 2001 survey found that Davison had fallen off the rails before mysteriously disappearing and was battling drug and alcohol addiction, according to a New Daily report.
She also told several people – including taxi drivers – that she was in trouble just a few weeks before she disappeared and that she had ties to a gang of Greek immigrants known for their speed and arms trade. in the Richmond area.
Davison worked at the same stripper agency – called Simply Irresistible – as Robyn Lindholm, who was later arrested for two murders.
The young mother was a close friend of Lindholm, a lethal ex-stripper, convicted of the murder of her lover Wayne Amey in 2013.
In 2019, while serving a 25-year sentence, she was also convicted of organizing the murder of her fiance George Templeton in 2005.
Detective Inspector Stamper said that what Davison’s family has gone through in the past 25 years is unimaginable.
“At the time of her death, Shari had a loving family and a small son, who she misses a lot and still deserves answers to,” he said.
“I can absolutely guarantee to Shari’s relatives – and also to the people responsible for his death – that detectives from the Missing Persons Brigade remain committed to this investigation.”