Case 24: Russell Street Bombing Part 1

Haros Avenue in Nunawading (Melbourne) presented a problem for the police surveillance team following the red jaguar. It was a small dead end street. No way to observe the house there bank robbery suspect was heading to, without being obvious. To avoid being detected the police had no choice but to let the suspect out of there sight. There was only one way in and out of Haros Avenue, so the suspect would have to come back past them eventually. When the 1979 model Holden Commodore drove out of the street, the police weren’t to know there suspect was inside. They were looking for a red jaguar. Not a commodore. It was a stroke of luck for the suspect. He had no idea the police were watching him. The change of cars had nothing to do with avoiding the police tail. There was a far more sinister reason for the switch… Subscribe on iTunes itunes.apple.com/au/podcast/casef…id998568017?mt=2 A preview video of the upcoming episode is released each week. Check it out on any of our social media accounts; Preview videos created by Wendel Topper www.wendeltopper.com Twitter twitter.com/case_file Facebook www.facebook.com/casefile Youtube www.youtube.com/channel/UCAWUnhRuIasU0hPULIfvwHA or email us casefiletruecrime@gmail.com MUSIC 1. 'Flatline intro' and 'Come play with me' intro and outro www.dl-sounds.com 2. All other music scoring and production performed by Mike Migas upperplanet.com and Andrew Joslyn www.andrewjoslynmusic.com and Alex Aldea www.theparagoncollective.com Logo design by Paulina Szymanska www.upperplannet.com Casefile is part of the Paragon Collective podcast network www.theparagoncollective.com

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