Help police find new crime leads

WHILE three unsolved cases from the Northern Rivers have attracted monetary rewards, there are a host of other murders and disappearance still open for investigation that have no cash incentives for those who help solve them.

That doesn't mean, however, that there is any less need for information that will help police close the book on them.

In fact, local detectives are looking for anyone who has details about any of the following cases to assist them with their investigations.

The mutilated body of Lois Roberts was found in Whian Whian Forest by bushwalkers on January 1999.

She was last seen trying to hitch a ride to Lismore from outside of the Nimbin Police Station.

Lismore Heights woman Lucy McDonald went missing from her home in April 2002.

A coronial inquest into her disappearance in 2008 delivered an open finding but her family believe she met with foul play.

One of Lismore's most notorious cases is the murder of Simone Strobel, whose body was found near the Lismore Continental Club in February 2005.

Despite an inquest into her death and a strong belief by police that her boyfriend Tobias Suckfuell was responsible for her death, it remains unsolved.

Anyone with information about any of the above-mentioned cases can call Crime Stoppers anonymously on 1800 333 000.



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