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Call for information in murder of Anthea Bradshaw-Hall

Posted on 21/07/2020

Tragically, today marks the anniversary of the murder of Anthea Bradshaw-Hall, a teacher who worked at Murray Bridge.

The 26-year old had been married for only 12 weeks and during this time her husband was working in Brunei on the island of Borneo in South East Asia.

In July 1994 she went to visit her husband in Brunei and was interviewed for a teaching position there.

Anthea was due to leave Brunei and fly back to Australia on 22 July 1994 prior to any possible move to Brunei.

On 21 July 1994, the day before her return, she was murdered in her husband’s apartment in Brunei.

A Coronial hearing found that her death was suspicious with limited suspects.

In the area were Anthea was murdered there were people living and working in Brunei that travelled there from all over the world.

Over the years many of these people have left Brunei with some returning to Australia, including South Australia.

If you have any information – no matter how small – call Crime Stoppers SA on 1800 333 000 or go to www.crimestopperssa.com.au




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