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Australia Ballarat man arrested over murder of Suzanne Poll in Salisbury in 1993

10:46  20 september  2019
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a close up of a woman: Suzanne Poll, who was murdered in Salisbury on April 29, 1993. (Supplied: SA Police)© Provided by Australian Broadcasting Corporation Suzanne Poll, who was murdered in Salisbury on April 29, 1993. (Supplied: SA Police)

Police have arrested a Victorian man over the stabbing murder of Adelaide woman Suzanne Poll in April 1993.

The stabbing murder of the mother-of-two has remained an open, unsolved case for 26 years.

She was working at a stationery shop in Salisbury, in Adelaide's north, when a man entered the business at about 9:00pm and attacked her.

DNA leads to cold case arrest

  DNA leads to cold case arrest Suzanne Poll was fatally stabbed in 1993 at a South Australian store. Police today announced a suspect's arrest after a breakthrough DNA link was revealed.Suzanne Poll was murdered in a frenzied stabbing attack in 1993 while working at a Salisbury newsagency, next to the Parabanks Shopping Centre.

Suzanne Pilley (1972 – May 2010) was a 38-year-old British bookkeeper from Edinburgh, Scotland, who went missing on the morning of 4 May 2010.

He had previously murdered his first wife Marie Deeming and their four children and buried them beneath the floor of a house at Rainhill, England in July Their bodies were not discovered until after the Windsor murder . Deeming was arrested at Southern Cross, Western Australia, and after a trial at

SA Police have said a "DNA breakthrough" involving a family link led to today's arrest of the 46-year-old in Ballarat, in conjunction with Victoria Police.

Major Crime officer in charge Detective Superintendent Des Bray said Forensic Science South Australia had been able to provide police with a "familial DNA link" from evidence recovered at the scene of the murder in John Street.

"It was late night shopping at the adjacent Parabanks Shopping Centre on Thursday, April 29, 1993, when a man went into the business where Mrs Poll was working and fatally stabbed her," he said.

"Police recovered DNA believed to be from the offender at that scene, but despite database searches and it being checked against hundreds of people, no match has been found by police.

"A recent familial link led to further inquiries in recent weeks with confirmation of the DNA match yesterday leading to today's arrest of a man in Ballarat."

SA Police detectives are travelling to Ballarat tomorrow and are expected to make further enquiries over the weekend and apply for the man's extradition on Monday.

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