Unsolved Murder of Emma Jade Pawelski - SA

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At about 5.15 p.m. on Sunday 4 December 2005, the badly beaten and burned body of Emma Pawelski, aged 30 years, was discovered in the Mount Crawford Forrest by a bushwalker.

This location was approximately 8km south east of Williamstown and off Chalks Road Mount Crawford. The area was a sealed section of forest with access to vehicles blocked by locked gates. It is believed that the body of Ms Pawelski was dumped at this location with the murder scene itself being at some other place. Ms Pawelski was located on the side of a track about 300 metres from the locked gate off of Chalks Road.

The last positive sighting of Ms Pawelski was on Saturday, 26 November 2005 when she was seen walking on Regency Road, Prospect, carrying a cat.

A post-mortem determined she died from head injuries received during an assault.

Parts of a distinctive burnt belt which was not Emma's, was found with her.

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This is her Mum with an appeal, a re-enactment and statement by the lead detective follows in the video. It's suggested Emma's 'friends and associates' may have picked her up which is probably fuelling talk of Emma's involvement with an outlaw motorcycle club, the Gypsy Jokers.


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In two parts, not bad at all for a New Idea podcast. There's a lot of information in here on the investigation and Emma's life, features a really honest interview with her Mum, bless her courage.

 

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Calls received on 7 December 2014, and 26 February 2015 appear to have been made by the same person who provided information that has since been shown to be accurate.

Investigators are particularly interested in information about the use of a red Ford Telstar sedan around the time of Ms Pawelski’s death and a distinctive leather belt found on her body. They are confident that the red Telstar is associated with Emma’s disappearance and possible movement from Regency Rd up to Mt Crawford.

They know that in the weeks leading up to Emma’s disappearance it was being used by her and her associates.

Police have also received information that suggests more than one person was involved in the murder and disposal of Emma’s body.
 

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They know that in the weeks leading up to Emma’s disappearance it was being used by her and her associates.

Police have also received information that suggests more than one person was involved in the murder and disposal of Emma’s body.
Looks like lack of cooperation might be why this hasn't been solved. What a coward to beat a woman to death, it's believed with a set of knuckles and hit her so hard it knocked her teeth out. She only weighed 48kgs.
 

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