Over two decades much can change. From the 90s to the present day, technology has continued to improve.
From the creation of the mobile cellphone to VR today, the world has continued to progress.
This has continued to be true also in the world of police investigations and crime-solving.
Technology has only continued to improve with better methods being developed each year.
One case exemplifies this as the killer of three women, and possibly more was found almost 20 years after killing his first victim.
The use of enhanced police methods, technology, and pure determination finally brought the man responsible for the deaths of three women in the 1990s to justice for his crimes.
10 /10 Discovery Of The Killer 20 Years Later
The death of three young women remained a mystery for almost two decades. The serial killer was discovered to be Bradley Robert Edwards, who was arrested on December 22nd, 2016, for the murders of Jane and Ciara.
He was believed to have no connection to the case before this. Still, He was charged with aggravated assault of a social worker, breaking into a house, and aggravated sexual penetration without consent of a 17-year-old.
He was later charged with Sarah’s death. In total, he was charged with eight crimes and pleaded guilty to five charges not related to murder.
9 /10 Evidence Of His Crimes
A significant piece of evidence was a Telstra work vehicle. As Bradley worked as a technician there, he would use the company vehicles after hours to commit crimes.
This was confirmed by a security guard who worked there and who saw the car when the women went missing and offered women rides during the disappearances.
Fibers from his car also were found on the bodies of two of the victims. The trial concluded after seven months and featured over 200 witnesses.
On December 23rd, 2020, he was found guilty of Jane’s and Ciara’s murders, but not Sarah’s, and was sentenced to 40 years with no chance of parole.