Inquest for missing Krystal

Nanjing Night Net

A CORONER’S inquest will be held into the disappearance of a Pyramid Hill woman seven years ago.

Krystal Fraser, 23, was pregnant and days away from giving birth when she disappeared on June 20, 2009.

Homicide detectives believe that she was murdered.

On the seventh anniversary of her disappearance, a police spokeswoman said that police were preparing a report for the Coroner in relation to Ms Fraser’s disappearance and consequently it would be inappropriate to provide further comment.

A reward of up to $100,000 was announced on the third anniversary of her disappearance, to be paid at the discretion of the Chief Commissioner, for information leading to the apprehension and subsequent conviction of the person or persons responsible for the death of Krystal Fraser.

She was last seen in Pyramid Hill on June 20, 2009, wearing an orange top, black track suit pants and a camouflaged-patterned baseball cap.

Detectives had established that Ms Fraser had travelled on a V/Line train from Bendigo to Pyramid Hill on the day of her disappearance, getting off the train at Pyramid Hill railway station about 8.40pm.

Investigations have also revealed Krystal was last seen alive leaving an address in Albert Street, Pyramid Hill about 9.30pm after visiting an acquaintance.

She also received a phone call on her mobile phone from a public phone booth outside the Leitchville Post Office in Findlay Street shortly before midnight on 20 June, 2009.

It is believed that the caller was the last person to speak to Krystal prior to her disappearance.

Police have not been able to locate Krystal’s mobile phone.

At the time of the reward announcement, the police Homicide Squad urged anyone with information to contact police, in particular those in the Pyramid Hill, Leitchville or Gunbower communities.

Anyone with information about the disappearance of Krystal Fraser is urged to contact Crime Stoppers on 1800 333 000 or visit 梧桐夜网crimestoppers南京夜网419论坛.

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