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 Yasmina Sinodinos.
REWARD up to $200,000
On 18 December 1991 the body of Yasmina Sinodinos, aged 25 years, was found on the side of a fire track at Anstey Hill. Ms Sinodinos was last seen alive by a friend as she left a house at Gilles Plains at about 6.00 a.m. on Sunday 15 December 1991. At that time she was seen to be in the company of a man as she got into what was believed to be a silver/grey coloured Sigma sedan.
Ms Sinodinos died of significant head injuries. The inference from the scene is that she had been murdered elsewhere and her body washed, re-dressed and dumped at that location.
Ms Sinodinos was a heroin user with many connections to the drug world in Adelaide. She resided day-to-day in Mt Gambier and travelled to Adelaide frequently to associate with friends. It was during such a visit that she died in Adelaide.
DNA was obtained at the post mortem and in November 2012 was matched with a suspect for her murder. A male person was subsequently arrested but acquitted at trial.
Anyone with information is asked to contact Crime Stoppers on 1 800 333 000, on-line or email an investigator.