Accused Claremont killer's case to drag on after brief court appearance In the weeks following,Mr Edwards' former home in Huntingdale where he lived when Ms Rimmer and Ms Glennon were killed was searched along with hisparents' homes.
Since his arrest,forensic tests have also been carried out on a vehicle he drove in the 1990sand detectives have spoken to his two formerwives. During hisfirst brief court appearancethe day after police raided his Kewdale home, Mr Edwards remained silent, speaking only to confirm his name to the magistrate. Dressed in prison coach outlet 77084 greens and glasses with his hair neatly trimmed, heremained silent during his second appearance in January. That hearinghad to be moved to its own courtroom due to the intense coach official online store media and public interest in the case. Family members of the alleged victims did not appear to attendWednesday's hearing after waiting 20 years for someone to coach outlet purses zippered be coach outlet factory online store rt 0 charged with their loved ones' deaths. Mr Edwards was 27 and 28 when Ms Rimmer and Ms Glennon were found dead.
He has not been charged in relation to thesuspected murder of Sarah Spiers after she disappeared from a nightclub in Claremontin 1996. Her body has never been found and the investigation into her disappearance is ongoing. The hunt for the Claremont serial killer has become Australia's longest running and most expensive murder investigation with more than 3000 people investigated under the 'Task Force Macro' operation.
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