In 1997, a person and a girl stopped at a public relaxation cease on the Hume Highway at Penrose, close to Marulan, the place they observed a physique submerged on the fringe of the river.
Police discovered a person who had been decapitated.
A few weeks later police had been informed 4 fishermen discovered a buying bag with a human head in it in Salt Pan Creek, Padstow, a month earlier.
Police retrieved the top and it was confirmed as a match of the stays in Penrose.
The man’s stays and different gadgets had been forensically examined by a forensic sculptor to create a plaster recreation of the person’s face.
It was displayed as a part of a public attraction for data later in 1997.
Despite in depth efforts, the person has by no means been recognized.
In 1999, an inquest by the NSW Coroner discovered the person had been strangled to demise by an individual or a number of individuals round February 20, 1997.
Fingerprint and DNA evaluation have did not establish the person.
Police have now created a brand new reconstruction of the person’s face to attraction to the general public for his identification.
The $500,000 reward for data is hoped to result in the person’s identification or these chargeable for his homicide.
Deputy Premier and Minister for Police Paul Toole mentioned the trendy expertise that police use at present might assist to unravel the homicide.
“While this is a particularly gruesome crime that occurred decades ago, police believe their questions can still be answered by someone in our community,” Mr Toole mentioned.
“I’d encourage anyone with even the smallest piece of information to reach out to police.”
Homicide Squad Commander, Detective Superintendent Danny Doherty, mentioned the person had a definite tattoo which will assist to establish him.
“We have also issued a photo of a distinct letter ‘A’ style tattoo found on the man’s upper-right arm in the hope someone may recognise him,” Detective Superintendent Doherty mentioned.
“He was murdered in a particularly gruesome fashion and his naked body was left in a river on the side of a highway, his head decapitated.”
Anyone with data is urged to contact Crime Stoppers on 1800 333 000.