Western Australian Police have introduced a $500,000 reward for info which ends up in an arrest and conviction of these accountable for the disappearance of Nicola La Falce, who was 37-years-old when he was final seen in 1994.
At round 8:44pm on Wednesday, January 12, 1994 Mr La Falce was at a pizza store in Wembley when he acquired a cellphone name from somebody police imagine to be recognized to him.
Shortly after, he left the store in his blue Ford Courier tray prime automobile.
That was the final time Mr La Falce was ever seen.
At 2:37pm the following afternoon, Ansett Airways acquired a cellphone name reserving in Mr La Falce’s identify from Perth to Adelaide for January 14, 1994.
On the 14th, Mr La Falce’s automotive was present in Perth Airport’s long run carpark, and at 7:15am, the flight from Perth to Adelaide departed with somebody in Mr La Falce’s seat.
Nevertheless, Police now imagine he was not on the plane.
Western Australia State Crime Assistant Commissioner Tony Longhorn mentioned regardless of what number of years had passed by, WA Police stays dedicated to discovering whoever is accountable for Mr La Falce’s disappearance.
“He was a much-loved father, brother and son, each to household right here in Perth and Italy. We imagine somebody in our group is aware of what occurred to him,” Commissioner Longhorn mentioned.
“We hope that this substantial reward will present new alternatives for our detectives to assist resolve this case and will encourage anybody with info to report it to police.”
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