Western Australia Police reveal large bounty for details about Nicola La Falce

Western Australia Police have introduced a $500,000 reward for data resulting in the arrest and conviction of these liable for the disappearance of Nicola La Falce, who was 37 years previous when final seen in 1994.

At roughly 8.44pm on Wednesday 12 January 1994, Mr La Falce was at a pizzeria in Wembley when he obtained a phone name from somebody the police believed to know him.

Shortly thereafter, he left the store in his blue Ford Courier car.

That was the final time Mr. La Falce was seen.

At 2.37pm the next afternoon, Ansett Airways obtained a phone reservation in Mr. La Falce’s title from Perth to Adelaide for 14 January 1994.

On the 14th, Mr La Falce’s automobile was discovered within the long-term automobile park at Perth airport and at 7.15am the flight from Perth to Adelaide departed with somebody in Mr La Falce’s place.

Nevertheless, police now consider he was not on the aircraft.

Western Australian State Crime Commissioner Tony Longhorn mentioned that regardless of what number of years have handed, WA Police stay dedicated to discovering whoever is liable for La Falce’s disappearance.

“He was a a lot liked father, brother and son, each throughout the household right here in Perth and in Italy. We consider that somebody in our neighborhood is aware of what occurred to him,” Commissioner Longhorn mentioned.

“We hope this substantial reward will present new alternatives for our investigators to assist resolve this case and encourage anybody with data to report it to the police.”

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