Police search for Harley continues
POLICE divers will continue to search Tweed waterways in coming days for the missing Harley Davidson of alleged murder victim Luke Ogilvie.
Investigations by Strike Force Daruk led Tweed Heads Police to the Terranora Broadwater and Terranora Creek yesterday in search of the bike.
The $20,000 Queensland-registered bike had been missing since Mr Ogilvie’s charred remains were discovered by emergency services after fire destroyed his Bilambil home on March 26. It’s believed to be a crucial piece of evidence in the investigations.
Tweed-Byron crime manager Detective Inspector Shane Diehm said despite unsuccessful results yesterday the search would continue.
Meanwhile, police on Thursday seized a car believed to be connected to the case from a Tweed Heads South address.Four men have previously been charged over the alleged murder. No further charges have been laid.
Anyone with information should contact Tweed Heads Police on (07) 5536 0999 or Crime Stoppers on 1800 333 000.