A breakthrough in the infamous Aussie cold case

The 18-year-old girl was the first alleged victim in Perth, notorious Claremont serial killings.

Ms Spiers disappeared after a night out with friends in Claremont in January 1996. The police believes that she was kidnapped and murdered, but her body was never found.

Edwards, 49, Kewdale, already burdened with the subsequent murder of Jane Rimmer and Sarah Glennon. The three girls disappeared from January 1996 to March 1997.

Sarah Spiers, Jane Rimmer and Ciara Glennon, fell victim of the Claremont serial killer. Source: Supplied.

Sarah’s father, Don Spiers said in the earlier news.com.au, his family have experienced “incredible” fear, because Edwards is a 48-year-old Kewdale man who was accused of the murders of the other two Claremont victims, although it is not the disappearance of his daughter.

But Mr Spiers said he was still full of hope, which happens to be desperate for answers to the questions you haunted for 22 years, where his daughter’s remains are, and what the teenagers will one day be known.

However, it is not clear yet, to discover whether the police closer to Sarah ‘ s body after the breakthrough fees today.

“I feel pretty bad. The fear is, is not incredible, because you got a detention and we still have a positive response,” said Mr said Mr Spiers.

Bradley Robert Edwards has now been entrusted with the task of all three murders. Source: Supplied.

“We are very concerned, because we solved everything. But I’ve said that I’m pretty optimistic that it will be a result: in the 20 years I have never thought, it would never have a result.

“We want the closure but that’s not the only thing we want … we only hope that it can be done a chance.”

The beginning of this month, it was announced that cold case had found homicide detectives a new lead in the investigation.

They appealed for public support to help find a white 1992 Toyota Camry Station Wagon.

Detective Superintendent Rod Wilde from the special crime division, told Perth Now that, despite the considerable passage of time, it was still possible for the vehicle for the investigation is helpful.

WA police announced that they were looking for a car that can disappear new leads in 1996. Source: AAP Image/Supplied by WA police.

“It is a new line of investigation, we conclude,” he said.

“We are aware, this car was signed off in 2008, but as of this moment, it is unclear what happened to him.

“It may have been destroyed or abandoned or still in use on a rural property.”

Edwards to fees in the Stirling Gardens Magistrates Court on Wednesday, February 28, to these and other previously specified.