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Vic KAREN RISTEVSKI: Missing from Avondale Heights, Vic - 29 June 2016 - Age 47 *Found Deceased*

Discussion in 'Australia: Located/Resolved' started by MarlyWings, Jul 12, 2016.

  1. Cupcake

    Cupcake Active Member

    I just found an article via google an hr ago that police confirm that it is Karen ristevski however when I go to open the link its the herald sun and unless I subscribe I can't read the article fingers crossed more news comes out very soon
     
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  4. Kimster

    Kimster Director Staff Member

    Victoria Police have confirmed human remains found at Mount Macedon on Monday are that of missing Avondale Heights woman Karen Ristevski.

    Investigators said they received the results after forensic testing this afternoon.

    Ms Ristevski, 47, was last seen at her home on Oakley Drive in Avondale Heights on June 29 last year.

    She had not used her mobile phone or bank accounts, or made contact with friends or family since that time.

    Her body was found by a member of the public in bushland off Loch Road at Mount Macedon about 12:30pm on Monday.

    http://www.abc.net.au/news/2017-02-...-karen-ristevski-found-police-confirm/8290936


    I'm so sad! Praying for her loved ones. :praying:
     
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  6. MULDER

    MULDER Bronze Member


    I'm astounded that they found Karen where she was - but I'm so glad that they did.
    Poor Karen. I feel for her daughter - that poor girl - so very sad.

    I wonder how long before an arrest and charges are made.
    Police (IMO) have just been waiting to find her out there somewhere.

    Justice for Karen!
     
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  8. MULDER

    MULDER Bronze Member

    Thanks @Cupcake
    Did you manage to see the episode?
    :cheers:


    Disturbing footage and evidence emerge in Karen Ristevski mystery

    http://www.news.com.au/national/vic...d/news-story/4fccee1c9cc671e59e21b1bf58700920

    DISTURBING new footage and evidence have come to light in the Karen Ristevski murder mystery, as police say they are confident they are closing in on the killer.
    The suspicious footage, released by Channel Nine, shows Vasko Ristevski — the brother of Ms Ristevski’s husband, Borce Ristevski — lurking near the site where the 47-year-old
    mother’s body was found wedged between two giant logs at Mount Macedon, 65 kilometres northwest of Melbourne.
    The Channel Nine news crew was in the isolated bush to film a story about the progress of the case when they spotted Ms Ristevski’s brother-in-law heading back towards his truck.
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    This strange chance meeting also comes as an iPad containing ominous Google searches was seized from the Avondale Heights home of Ms Ristevski and her husband.
    According to the Herald Sun, the iPad’s search history includes Google searches on how police can detect traces of blood, how mobile phone data can be deleted, and how police might track phones.
     
  9. Kimster

    Kimster Director Staff Member

    Oh yeah, a trail was left. Thank goodness!!!
     
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  10. MissyMoo

    MissyMoo Bronze Member

    I look forward to the next VICPOL update on this, :jail:
     
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  15. SheWhoMustNotBeNamed

    SheWhoMustNotBeNamed Administrator Staff Member

    Borce Ristevski to spend at least six years in jail for killing wife Karen

    Borce Ristevski will spend at least six years behind bars for killing his wife of 27 years Karen Ristevski.

    Ristevski, 55, showed no emotion as he was sentenced to a maximum of nine years' prison in Melbourne's Supreme Court on Thursday morning.

    Outside court, Karen's brother Stephen Williams made a brief statement.

    "Nothing is going to bring Karen back but today was about justice," he said. "We didn’t get justice today, at all".

    https://www.theage.com.au/national/...s-jail-for-killing-karen-20190418-p51f8x.html


    'We didn't get justice': family anger as Borce Ristevski gets nine years for killing his wife Karen

    Karen Ristevski’s brother has said her family “didn’t get justice” after her husband, Borce Ristevski, was sentenced to nine years in jail for her manslaughter.

    Borce Ristevski had denied his involvement for almost three years, displaying what a judge described on Thursday as “deceitful conduct” that showed a lack of remorse as he played “the part of the innocent grieving widower”.

    He was given a non-parole period of six years, but will be eligible for release in four and half years after taking into account time already served.

    Karen’s brother, Stephen Williams, told reporters after the sentencing: “We didn’t get justice today, at all.

    “Today we received the message that taking a woman’s life is worth six years of a man’s life in prison, and this does not feel like justice for Karen Ristevski and those who loved her.”

    https://www.theguardian.com/austral...-sentenced-nine-years-jail-killing-wife-karen
     
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