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This week the ongoing SA Police cold case campaign, being run in conjunction with Crime Stoppers, is focusing on the disappearance of Gordon Rogers, who went missing 45 years ago and is presumed to have been murdered.Mr Rogers

Mr Rogers, a 20-year-old Canadian citizen from Saskatchewan, was in Australia on a 12-month working holiday visa.

He arrived in Sydney on 28 March 1970 and, after travelling for a short time, was employed by the then SA Woods and Forest Department as a labourer.

He intended to work for them for six weeks before travelling on to New Zealand.

On the day of his disappearance – 2 August 1970 – Mr Rogers and had been drinking with a friend, a work colleague and they attended a party in Beachport.

When the friend left the party to take his girlfriend home, he asked another man to take Mr Rogers home.

This other man firstly dropped a woman home, before returning to the party for Mr Rogers.

However, the Canadian traveller was no longer there and has not been seen or heard of since.

He was reported as a missing person at Beachport Police Station at 10.30am on that same day by his friend.

Do you have any information that might help police solve the suspected murder of Mr Rogers?

If you can help, it’s never too late to contact Crime Stoppers on 1800 333 000 or report on-line at sa.crimestoppers.com.au

Source : SAPOL

SAPOL

 

Woman caught 4 times over the limit. Police have reported a 39-year-old woman from Goolwa for drink driving in Millicent overnight.

At about 1.30am, police stopped the pulled a car over on Mount Gambier Road and breath tested the driver.  The woman returned an alleged reading of 0.216.  She was issued with an immediate loss of licence for 12 months.

The woman will be summonsed to appear in the Millicent Court at a later date.

SAPOL

 Police are seeking the assistance of the public to help locate a stolen camper trailer.

The grey Ambassador Adventure camper trailer was stolen from the front yard of a home in northern Mount Gambier between Thursday 16 April and Saturday 18 April.

The trailer had a tow hitch lock on it, which would have had to be broken, or the trailer would had to have been taken on a recovery vehicle.

The trailer, bearing registration S716TAD, has a spare wheel cover with “Cape York” on it, solar panels, a tool box, ground mats and the trailer has a treg hitch instead of the usual tow ball.

Anyone with information on the theft of the camper trailer, or its whereabouts, is asked to contact Crime Stoppers on 1800 333 000 or online at https://sa.crimestoppers.com.au/

Stolen camper trailer

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