Sharron Phillips inquest not clear-cut despite police naming man as likely murderer - ABC Online

ABC OnlineSharron Phillips inquest not clear-cut despite police naming man as likely murdererABC OnlineA senior Queensland detective's naming of Raymond Peter Mulvihill as the likely murderer of Brisbane woman Sharron Phillips in 1986 is yet to convince the dead woman's sister the mystery has finally been solved. State Attorney-General Yvette D'Ath ...and more »

Sharron Phillips mystery hit Ipswich hard - The Queensland Times

The Queensland TimesSharron Phillips mystery hit Ipswich hardThe Queensland TimesSHOCK: The Sharron Phillips case resulted in a massive public appeal for information and hit very close to home for Ipswich residents. Use this content. Joel Gould. by Joel Gould. Joel Gould Journalist Joel is a journalist with 20 years of experience ...and more »

He was a murderer: son of Phillips' killer - Yahoo7 News

He was a murderer: son of Phillips' killerYahoo7 NewsThe son of a deceased taxi driver police have identified as the killer of Ipswich woman Sharron Phillips has told of how he became an unwilling accomplice to his father's crime. Police on Friday revealed Raymond Peter Mulvihill murdered the 20-year-old ...and more »

Sharron's killer was a gentle 'gingerbread man' edged by evil: son - Brisbane Times

Sharron's killer was a gentle 'gingerbread man' edged by evil: sonBrisbane TimesSharron Phillips' accused killer Raymond Peter Mulvihill played Santa at Christmas and coached football teams, but was known as a "gingerbread man" who worked for one of Queensland's leading crime families. “That's true. He told me. Family members told ...and more »

Sharron Phillips cold case solved after taxi driver's son goes to police - The Australian

The AustralianSharron Phillips cold case solved after taxi driver's son goes to policeThe AustralianOne of Queensland's most baffling cold cases has been solved, with detectives saying a taxi driver who died in 2002 murdered Sharron Phillips more than three decades ago. The naming by Queensland Police's homicide unit of Raymond Peter Mulvihill as ...and more »

Editorial: Sharron Phillips' family can now begin the healing process - Courier Mail

Courier MailEditorial: Sharron Phillips' family can now begin the healing processCourier MailIT IS testament to the Queensland community's enduring frustration over the unsolved disappearance of Sharron Phillips in 1986 that a sign bearing her name has remained on the side of the Ipswich Motorway. The steel and concrete sentinel, which simply ...and more »

Sharron Phillips: Taxi driver confirmed as killer in 31-year cold case - Courier Mail

Courier MailSharron Phillips: Taxi driver confirmed as killer in 31-year cold caseCourier MailTHE man who murdered Sharron Phillips was a Vietnam veteran who bragged of being a serial killer and called himself “The Gingerbread Man” – chillingly boasting to his family “you can't catch me”. And The Courier-Mail can reveal police were standing ...and more »

Exclusive: Taxi driver's son has 'no doubt' his father killed Sharron Phillips - 9news.com.au

Exclusive: Taxi driver's son has 'no doubt' his father killed Sharron Phillips9news.com.auThe son of the man named as the killer of Sharron Phillips said there is "no doubt" his dead father was the murderer. The man, who doesn't want to be identified, made the comments during an exclusive interview with 9NEWS. It comes as police name taxi ...and more »

Police claim breakthrough in 30-year-old Queensland cold case - ABC Local

Police claim breakthrough in 30-year-old Queensland cold caseABC LocalQueensland police believe they've solved a three-decade old cold-case, thanks to a tip off from the suspected killer's son. Sharron Phillips was 20 years old when she disappeared at Wacol in Brisbane's south-west in 1986. But Police can't arrest their ...and more »

Sharron Phillips: Attorney-General orders inquest into 1986 killing be reopened - ABC Online

ABC OnlineSharron Phillips: Attorney-General orders inquest into 1986 killing be reopenedABC OnlineAn inquest into the 1986 disappearance of Sharron Phillips will be reopened after Queensland police revealed they had identified a man believed responsible for her murder. Earlier today, Detective Inspector Damien Hansen said evidence provided by a ...and more »

Dead Redbank Plains cab driver named as Sharron Phillips' killer - Brisbane Times

Dead Redbank Plains cab driver named as Sharron Phillips' killerBrisbane TimesA former Redbank Plains taxi driver who stored his cab near Wacol train station has been named the murderer of 20-year-old Sharron Phillips, closing a chapter on a 31-year cold case. Raymond Peter Mulvihill worked for Ascot cabs and is believed to have ...and more »

Sharron Phillips: Coroner recommends inquest into suspected 1986 murder suspect be reopened - ABC Online

ABC OnlineSharron Phillips: Coroner recommends inquest into suspected 1986 murder suspect be reopenedABC OnlineQueensland's coroner has recommended an inquest into the disappearance of Sharron Phillips in 1986 be reopened, after police revealed they had identified a man believed responsible for her murder. Detective Inspector Damien Hansen said evidence ...and more »

Significant breakthrough on Sharron Phillips case - Hi-tech Beacon

Hi-tech BeaconSignificant breakthrough on Sharron Phillips caseHi-tech BeaconDetectives investigating the mysterious disappearance and suspected murder of 20-year-old Sharron Phillips have made a "significant breakthrough" in the cold case that's haunted Queensland's south-east for three decades. Sharron Phillips disappeared ...and more »

Qld police identify killer of 1986 cold case - Sky News Australia

Sky News AustraliaQld police identify killer of 1986 cold caseSky News AustraliaA predatory taxi driver has been identified as the man who murdered young Ipswich woman Sharron Phillips more than 30 years ago. In an end to Queensland's most baffling cold case mystery, police say they would have charged Raymond Peter Mulvihill ...and more »

Police make 'significant breakthrough' 30 years after Brisbane woman's disappearance - AppsforPCdaily

AppsforPCdailyPolice make 'significant breakthrough' 30 years after Brisbane woman's disappearanceAppsforPCdailySharron was last seen at a telephone booth on Ipswich Road in Wacol on May 8, 1986, after her vehicle ran out of petrol. Police believe it had been cleared years earlier, but there is no record of it. Her purse and shoes were found in a drain nearby in ...and more »

Queensland police say Sharron Phillips was killed by a taxi driver - New Zealand Herald

New Zealand HeraldQueensland police say Sharron Phillips was killed by a taxi driverNew Zealand HeraldQueensland police believe they have finally settled one of Australia's coldest cases - 30 years after the brutal murder was committed. Police say they are confident that a taxi driver, who died 15 years ago, murdered young Ipswich woman Sharron ...and more »

Taxi driver is revealed as the killer behind cold case murder of 20-year-old Sharron Phillips three decades ago ... - Daily Mail

Daily MailTaxi driver is revealed as the killer behind cold case murder of 20-year-old Sharron Phillips three decades ago ...Daily MailAfter a three-decade investigation, police say they have enough evidence to pin the murder of Ipswich woman Sharron Phillips on a taxi driver. Ms Phillips, 20, was last seen making a call from a Wacol payphone, west of Brisbane, after her car ran out ...and more »

Queensland police confident Sharron Phillips was killed by a taxi driver in 1986 - NEWS.com.au

NEWS.com.auQueensland police confident Sharron Phillips was killed by a taxi driver in 1986NEWS.com.auPOLICE have revealed who killed Sharron Phillips, a Queensland woman murdered 31 years ago after running out of petrol. Natalie Wolfe. news.com.auOctober 6, 20173:35pm. Video; Image. Queensland Police name the killer of Sharron Phillips0:59.and more »

Deceased taxi driver named as Brisbane woman Sharron Phillips' murderer - myGC.com.au

myGC.com.auDeceased taxi driver named as Brisbane woman Sharron Phillips' murderermyGC.com.auUPDATE @ 11.00am: After a three decade long investigation, Queensland Police believe they have finally identified the person who killed Brisbane woman Sharron Phillips – the only problem is, he died 15 years ago. Detective Damien Hansen announced ...and more »

Police Solve One Of Queensland's Most Infamous Cold Cases - Hit 107

Hit 107Police Solve One Of Queensland's Most Infamous Cold CasesHit 107Queensland police have announced they have solved one of the state's most infamous cold cases, naming taxi driver Raymond Mulvihill as the man who murdered Sharron Phillips 31 years ago. Sharron was last seen at a telephone booth on Ipswich Road in ...and more »