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Daniel Morcombe - One of Aust Mysteries

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Post by dianeh on Mon Jun 01, 2009 10:02 am

This is why missing person cases should not be shelved and should be actively investigated. There is new leads in the case of Daniel.

Daniel went missing in 2003, he was 13. His parents have never given up looking and the police have helped them every step of the way.

http://au.news.yahoo.com/a/-/newshome/5618620


Morcombe case person of interest named

AAP May 31, 2009, 8:11 pm




A national television show has named a convicted pedophile as a person of interest in the abduction and presumed murder of Sunshine Coast teenager Daniel Morcombe, just hours before a $1 million reward for information expires.

The Seven Network's Sunday Night program said the named man was on the Sunshine Coast at the time Daniel went missing.
Daniel Morcombe disappeared on Sunday, December 7, 2003, while waiting to catch a bus on the Nambour Connection Road near the Kiel Mountain Road overpass, north of Brisbane.
The man named in the program was jailed in 1995 for abducting and sexually assaulting a Queensland boy.
He was released on November 7, 2003 - a month before Daniel went missing - and was without supervision because of "a legal blunder", the program said.
The man was bailed two weeks later after he was involved in a high speed police chase in his light blue Holden Commodore, which was impounded.
On December 5, two days before Daniel's abduction, the man allegedly stole a car from Goodna, west of Brisbane, and dumped it seven kilometres from where Daniel was last seen. The program said the man then acquired another vehicle similar to his own Commodore and that had NSW registration plates.
The car, the program said, was similar in shape to a car witnesses placed at the scene of Daniel's abduction.
Around the same time, a man was seen watching children at a nearby primary school from a similar car.
An unidentified woman, named on the program as Jenny, was shown a photograph of the named pedophile when he was a teenager.
"That same ... that same," she said, indicating facial features, "and those bloody eyes!"
She said the man was "quite possibly" the same man she had seen near the school, but she was unclear of the date she saw him.
The man named in the program was arrested by police six weeks later and jailed over the rape of a nine-year-old girl in the 1990s. He is due for release early next year.
The policeman in charge of the investigation, Chief Superintendent Mike Condon, would not comment on suggestions the named man was a person of interest.
But Daniel's father, Bruce Morcombe, said the program's allegations were "a reasonable scenario".
"He was on the Sunshine Coast over the length of the weekend and this clearly includes the Sunday (Daniel went missing) and our understanding is there is a possibility that he had opportunity in the middle of the afternoon that perhaps places him at the scene, or close by," he said.
Daniel's mother, Denise Morcombe, said the family needed answers.
"I hope to God that it's not (the man) that did it, hearing about different things that he has done in the past," she said.
"If it is (the man), and anyone's got some information that can prosecute this man, please come forward. If it's not him, please come forward with any new information."
Ms Morcombe said that while the private $750,000 reward expired at midnight, the $250,000 police reward would still be available for information leading to a conviction.



There is a news clip on the web pages which shows what Daniel looked like before he was taken.

BTW, Daniel as a twin. The day he was abducted Daniel was going to the Sunshine Coast Shopping Centre to buy a present for his Dad. His twin brother didnt feel like going, so Daniel went on his own. The twin blames himself for Daniel's disappearance, but to be honest, I have thought a few times that even if the 2 boys were there together, that it would have made no difference and that it is a real possibility that both boys would have been abducted.

Daniel's parents need to know what happened. They cannot give up looking for him, and they have the full support of the public and the police in their search.

I posted this just to let everyone know that even after so long, new evidence does come up.
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Post by Catkins on Tue Jun 02, 2009 12:35 am

dianeh wrote:This is why missing person cases should not be shelved and should be actively investigated. There is new leads in the case of Daniel.

Daniel went missing in 2003, he was 13. His parents have never given up looking and the police have helped them every step of the way.

http://au.news.yahoo.com/a/-/newshome/5618620


Morcombe case person of interest named

AAP May 31, 2009, 8:11 pm




A national television show has named a convicted pedophile as a person of interest in the abduction and presumed murder of Sunshine Coast teenager Daniel Morcombe, just hours before a $1 million reward for information expires.

The Seven Network's Sunday Night program said the named man was on the Sunshine Coast at the time Daniel went missing.
Daniel Morcombe disappeared on Sunday, December 7, 2003, while waiting to catch a bus on the Nambour Connection Road near the Kiel Mountain Road overpass, north of Brisbane.
The man named in the program was jailed in 1995 for abducting and sexually assaulting a Queensland boy.
He was released on November 7, 2003 - a month before Daniel went missing - and was without supervision because of "a legal blunder", the program said.
The man was bailed two weeks later after he was involved in a high speed police chase in his light blue Holden Commodore, which was impounded.
On December 5, two days before Daniel's abduction, the man allegedly stole a car from Goodna, west of Brisbane, and dumped it seven kilometres from where Daniel was last seen. The program said the man then acquired another vehicle similar to his own Commodore and that had NSW registration plates.
The car, the program said, was similar in shape to a car witnesses placed at the scene of Daniel's abduction.
Around the same time, a man was seen watching children at a nearby primary school from a similar car.
An unidentified woman, named on the program as Jenny, was shown a photograph of the named pedophile when he was a teenager.
"That same ... that same," she said, indicating facial features, "and those bloody eyes!"
She said the man was "quite possibly" the same man she had seen near the school, but she was unclear of the date she saw him.
The man named in the program was arrested by police six weeks later and jailed over the rape of a nine-year-old girl in the 1990s. He is due for release early next year.
The policeman in charge of the investigation, Chief Superintendent Mike Condon, would not comment on suggestions the named man was a person of interest.
But Daniel's father, Bruce Morcombe, said the program's allegations were "a reasonable scenario".
"He was on the Sunshine Coast over the length of the weekend and this clearly includes the Sunday (Daniel went missing) and our understanding is there is a possibility that he had opportunity in the middle of the afternoon that perhaps places him at the scene, or close by," he said.
Daniel's mother, Denise Morcombe, said the family needed answers.
"I hope to God that it's not (the man) that did it, hearing about different things that he has done in the past," she said.
"If it is (the man), and anyone's got some information that can prosecute this man, please come forward. If it's not him, please come forward with any new information."
Ms Morcombe said that while the private $750,000 reward expired at midnight, the $250,000 police reward would still be available for information leading to a conviction.



There is a news clip on the web pages which shows what Daniel looked like before he was taken.

BTW, Daniel as a twin. The day he was abducted Daniel was going to the Sunshine Coast Shopping Centre to buy a present for his Dad. His twin brother didnt feel like going, so Daniel went on his own. The twin blames himself for Daniel's disappearance, but to be honest, I have thought a few times that even if the 2 boys were there together, that it would have made no difference and that it is a real possibility that both boys would have been abducted.

Daniel's parents need to know what happened. They cannot give up looking for him, and they have the full support of the public and the police in their search.

I posted this just to let everyone know that even after so long, new evidence does come up.
Poor family......I had heard of Daniel before. Horrible situation for his family....wanting closure but not wanting this s### to be responsible for Daniel's disappearance.......
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Post by dianeh on Tue Jun 02, 2009 8:51 am

I saw Daniel's mother on the news yesterday. Of course she doesnt want that animal to have been anywhere near her son, but if he did do it, she wants to know. Both her and Daniel's father look to have accepted that Daniel is dead, but they want closure, they have to know what happened, and the person responsible must be punished.

This animal is a likely candidate. the only thing is he has never killed before or since. But he was in the area, he dumped a car nearby, he was checking out a school nearby, and then he left the area.

The Morcombes are like the McCanns, they wont give up until they know the truth. And thankfully they have the full support of the police.
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Post by clairesy on Tue Jun 02, 2009 8:58 am

found this on you tube Diane, such a sad case. 5 years missing and still people coming forward with info?i hope and pray they find this little boy soon.

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