Unsolved Rhianna Barreau - Adelaide schoolgirl disappearance

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blackdracula

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29 years ago today. Pretty sure in 92 it was also a Thursday.

After so long with nothing, you have to assume the perp is either dead, in prison, or there were just no witnesses/ people with info.

If the perp is dead, then this case likely stays unsolved forever unless her remains are somehow found - and even then, if they somehow can get any foreign DNA from her remains, they'd only be able to test against what the already have on record.

If the perp is in prison (e.g. Mark Rust as some speculate), again it will stay unsolved without a body as killing (and for all we know, rape) of a minor would make them a target in prison.

If they are neither dead or incarcerated, then it'll stay unsolved for as long as the person lives. There may have been others who knew something, but allegiances can change and a million dollar reward is pretty tempting. The one glimmer of hope here is that if her remains are miraculously found, that might convince a person with info to come forward.

After all the reading I've done on this case and driving through her area, my theory is she left the house briefly - possibly even just going toward the deli - and was abducted en route, most likely on Highwray Drive. I think it was likely someone who lived in and knew the area, and had seen her previously, potentially someone she'd seen before too. Given the time of day and it being school holidays, I think sadly there was just no one around at the time to witness.
 

johnymac1

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Nov 6, 2019
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29 years ago today. Pretty sure in 92 it was also a Thursday.

After so long with nothing, you have to assume the perp is either dead, in prison, or there were just no witnesses/ people with info.

If the perp is dead, then this case likely stays unsolved forever unless her remains are somehow found - and even then, if they somehow can get any foreign DNA from her remains, they'd only be able to test against what the already have on record.

If the perp is in prison (e.g. Mark Rust as some speculate), again it will stay unsolved without a body as killing (and for all we know, rape) of a minor would make them a target in prison.

If they are neither dead or incarcerated, then it'll stay unsolved for as long as the person lives. There may have been others who knew something, but allegiances can change and a million dollar reward is pretty tempting. The one glimmer of hope here is that if her remains are miraculously found, that might convince a person with info to come forward.

After all the reading I've done on this case and driving through her area, my theory is she left the house briefly - possibly even just going toward the deli - and was abducted en route, most likely on Highwray Drive. I think it was likely someone who lived in and knew the area, and had seen her previously, potentially someone she'd seen before too. Given the time of day and it being school holidays, I think sadly there was just no one around at the time to witness.
Want to know how to find him?

You are going to see him at a Doctors Clinic around the anniversary each year. He's not been able to sleep and would take a few days sick-leave around this time of year. He's living close to the abduction site, possibly within 500m. If you drive in the area, between 3pm and 5pm, you might see him arrive home from work. He's working class so don't expect a suit and tie.

Want to know what he looks like? He looks like he's in his sixties, but he's probably in his mid fifties. Age has no been kind to him. He most likely had really bad acne when he was a teenager and would find it hard to attract an keep a mate. i would actually go as far as to say he may be living alone. Most likely, he would not like being caught talking in his sleep. Hence wont have a 2nd person living in the home.

His workmates would find him very odd. He would appear overly accommodating normally trying to please. Also going out of his way to liked. Although this time of year he may change his behaviour, He may go quiet and distant or you will see some other unusual behaviour. Every day he would experience some stress as he would be worried his workmates would work him out. Hopefully some have and will report him

He may have known the victims mother in some way. or they may have worked at the same firm. Some-where along the line, he has singled out his victim. I would suggest he may have tried to groom the victim. In some forums it is suggested police know who he is. He maybe confident that police wont find any evidence. But there are other ways of determining his guilt.

Your guy maybe planning another attack, but he will be unsure if police are still watching him. He may collected a Van or other items to facilitate another abduction. So you might see a plain vehicle in his driveway. The secondary crime scene may not be in his home. if you searched his home at any point you will find firearms and possibly a crossbow. He wont necessary have a smart phone. as its likely to be bugged

Hopefully you can turn something up with your own investigation
 

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Want to know how to find him?

You are going to see him at a Doctors Clinic around the anniversary each year. He's not been able to sleep and would take a few days sick-leave around this time of year. He's living close to the abduction site, possibly within 500m. If you drive in the area, between 3pm and 5pm, you might see him arrive home from work. He's working class so don't expect a suit and tie.

Want to know what he looks like? He looks like he's in his sixties, but he's probably in his mid fifties. Age has no been kind to him. He most likely had really bad acne when he was a teenager and would find it hard to attract an keep a mate. i would actually go as far as to say he may be living alone. Most likely, he would not like being caught talking in his sleep. Hence wont have a 2nd person living in the home.

His workmates would find him very odd. He would appear overly accommodating normally trying to please. Also going out of his way to liked. Although this time of year he may change his behaviour, He may go quiet and distant or you will see some other unusual behaviour. Every day he would experience some stress as he would be worried his workmates would work him out. Hopefully some have and will report him

He may have known the victims mother in some way. or they may have worked at the same firm. Some-where along the line, he has singled out his victim. I would suggest he may have tried to groom the victim. In some forums it is suggested police know who he is. He maybe confident that police wont find any evidence. But there are other ways of determining his guilt.

Your guy maybe planning another attack, but he will be unsure if police are still watching him. He may collected a Van or other items to facilitate another abduction. So you might see a plain vehicle in his driveway. The secondary crime scene may not be in his home. if you searched his home at any point you will find firearms and possibly a crossbow. He wont necessary have a smart phone. as its likely to be bugged

Hopefully you can turn something up with your own investigation
What a biazarre post.

Where have you copied that from?
 

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Kurve

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Want to know how to find him?

You are going to see him at a Doctors Clinic around the anniversary each year. He's not been able to sleep and would take a few days sick-leave around this time of year. He's living close to the abduction site, possibly within 500m. If you drive in the area, between 3pm and 5pm, you might see him arrive home from work. He's working class so don't expect a suit and tie.

Want to know what he looks like? He looks like he's in his sixties, but he's probably in his mid fifties. Age has no been kind to him. He most likely had really bad acne when he was a teenager and would find it hard to attract an keep a mate. i would actually go as far as to say he may be living alone. Most likely, he would not like being caught talking in his sleep. Hence wont have a 2nd person living in the home.

His workmates would find him very odd. He would appear overly accommodating normally trying to please. Also going out of his way to liked. Although this time of year he may change his behaviour, He may go quiet and distant or you will see some other unusual behaviour. Every day he would experience some stress as he would be worried his workmates would work him out. Hopefully some have and will report him

He may have known the victims mother in some way. or they may have worked at the same firm. Some-where along the line, he has singled out his victim. I would suggest he may have tried to groom the victim. In some forums it is suggested police know who he is. He maybe confident that police wont find any evidence. But there are other ways of determining his guilt.

Your guy maybe planning another attack, but he will be unsure if police are still watching him. He may collected a Van or other items to facilitate another abduction. So you might see a plain vehicle in his driveway. The secondary crime scene may not be in his home. if you searched his home at any point you will find firearms and possibly a crossbow. He wont necessary have a smart phone. as its likely to be bugged

Hopefully you can turn something up with your own investigation
What's this about Johnny, are you audtioning for a gig on Sensing Murder? ;)
 

johnymac1

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What's this about Johnny, are you audtioning for a gig on Sensing Murder? ;)
You know Ive been on this for a while, its a profile of sorts
He is a bit like your MrC of Melbourne, when police were investigating MrC, they sent out a letter to all of the doctors.
Asking the doctors to report anybody with a certain set of symptoms.

I maintain police know who he is. have searched his home and conducted interviews
 

Kurve

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Dec 27, 2016
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You know Ive been on this for a while, its a profile of sorts
He is a bit like your MrC of Melbourne, when police were investigating MrC, they sent out a letter to all of the doctors.
Asking the doctors to report anybody with a certain set of symptoms.

I maintain police know who he is. have searched his home and conducted interviews
Would this be the guy the police would be referring to when they implied not that long back that Rhianna's killer was close, I got the impression they meant one of the neighbours or close enough?
 

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