Unsolved The Disappearance of James Crocker - South Australia

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Dec 27, 2016
AFL Club
Western Bulldogs
JAMES CROCKER: Last seen May 27, 1994. There may be similarities between his disappearance and that of Daniel Shepherd in the early hours of New Years Day 1995. Some are also seeing similarities to The Family Murders through the late 1970s to the early 1980s.

Caucasian appearance, 175cm, weighing about 64kg. A fair complexion, with blue eyes and short, straight, brown hair.

On May 27, 1994, James was out drinking with a mate. The two made their way to a Pirie St nightclub, where James stayed after his mate left.

About 9pm, the Richmond man, then aged 27, on leaving the hotel he collapsed on the footpath outside and was taken to the Royal Adelaide Hospital. James left the hospital at 12.00am it's assumed to make his way home by public transport.

There have been no reported sightings of him since and his bank accounts have been left untouched.

James, who worked as a clerk for the ATO, never carried much money on him, rarely drove or caught taxis, preferring to rely on public transport.

James has several tattoos, one a wolf's head on his left upper arm and a dragon on his back. His parents have never stopped and are still actively engaged in looking for him.


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