$200k reward for Tanja Ebert disappearance
Posted on 06/08/2018
A $200,000 reward is on offer for information leading to the recovery of the body of a young mother-of-two who is believed to have been killed in 2018.
Tanja Ebert, 23, was reported missing by her husband and sister-in-law on 10 August 2017 – two days after the last confirmed sighting of her.
Ms Ebert’s husband, Michael Burdon, 41, fatally shot himself at the couple’s property, Oulnina Park Station at Manna Hill, on 16 August while police were present making inquiries into his wife’s disappearance. He remains the only suspect in relation to her suspected murder.
A reward of $200,000 is on offer for any information leading to the recovery of Ms Ebert’s remains, with investigators believing that there are people in the community who know exactly what happened to Ms Ebert.
It is believed that her body has been hidden somewhere at Oulnina Park Station at Manna Hill – which is about 410 square kilometres.
While the investigation has established a timeline of certain events, there is a period of 6-7 hours where her husband’s movements are unknown on 9 of August, as well as a period of approximately 35-40 minutes on 8 August.
There is no evidence to support her still being alive, despite original reports that Ms Ebert got out of the family vehicle at Roseworthy on 8 August and walked away.
Anyone with information is asked to call Crime Stoppers on 1800 333 000 or make a report online at https://crimestopperssa.com.au/
You can remain anonymous.