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In February 2014, Kyle Coleman (17), from Mt. Isa, left on a camping trip with his friend James Coleman (no relation) (21). James returned home some days later, but earlier than expected, and without Kyle. A few days later, James took his own life.  In a statement released by the coroner Stephanie Williams, there was no concrete evidence to suggest that James had intentions to harm Kyle, and the coroner proposed that it was likely he died of a shooting accident. Investigating officers, however, believed James' statements to be misleading and untruthful, with his subsequent suicide suggesting his guilt.  Michael McCabe [ edit ] A man has been charged with the murder of a Mount Hawke woman who was found dead on Tuesday evening (June 1).
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BST: Local people in the Rothbury area are advised by police to stay inside for safety while a major operation takes place. BST: Northumbria Police begin negotiating with a man - later confirmed as Moat - who has been located in the riverbank area in Rothbury.
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The distinctive group were last seen on October 5, 1978, in the Moondurra Caravan Park in Mount Isa. Witnesses had earlier seen the group accompanied by a third motorcyclist, and later by an unidentified bearded man in a 4WD (a brown-and-white Toyota Land Cruiser) on their last day.  Killings [ edit ] The original investigation focused on linking the triple murder to other murders at the time.  The murder of John Tzelaidis  in July 1978 in Dampier, Western Australia was originally thought to be associated with the murders.   Ivan Milat was later also a person of interest. There is little public information on the original investigation, and a suspect was never identified or charged.
November 13: Thomson’s motorcycle is located in a raid on Preston’s garage. A 4WD and rifles are also impounded.  A 25-year-old old North Queensland man, McCabe, was murdered in 2015. His badly battered body was found decomposing in a creek bed in a national park near Townsville. Three people stood on trial for their alleged involvement in McCabe’s murder: one charged with murder, another with unlawful assault occasioning bodily harm while in company, and the third charged with being an accessory after the fact to murder.  Armed police set up a cordon around the National Trust's Cragside Estate in Rothbury. Saturday, 10 July