Rewards up to $200,000 will be paid by the Government of South Australia, at the discretion of the Commissioner of Police, to anyone who provides information and assistance that leads to the conviction of the person or persons responsible for the suspected murder of Andrew Mordowicz.
REWARD up to $200,000
Andrew Mordowicz, aged 43 years, worked as a taxi driver for United Yellow Taxis. At about 4.30 a.m. on Sunday 29 September 1996, he was dispatched to a Klemzig address to collect a fare. Unable to see any person he spoke briefly to the dispatch operator and decided to knock on the door of the house.
A short time later, neighbours heard the sounds of a gunshot and Mr Mordowicz was found lying in the driveway, having been shot. He died a short time later in the Royal Adelaide Hospital. Mr Mordowicz was married with two teenage children.
The owners of the house were away at the time of the shooting. Police presume the suspect/s had been hiding in Linear Park nearby and the murder could have been motivated by robbery.
Anyone with information is asked to contact Crime Stoppers on
1 800 333 000, on-line or email an investigator.