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CASE PROFILE – Glen Stewart

Posted on 21/02/2022

On 18 February 1977 Glen Stewart attended a party at units at 358 Seaview Road, Henley Beach where he was reported to have drunk quite a lot of white wine.

He left the party alone at about 1am the following morning in a dark green 1965 Morris Mini Cooper “S” with a white top, SA registration 577-394.

People at the party were concerned that he was intoxicated and neither Glen nor the vehicle have been seen since.

He was 21 years of age at the time.

His room at Devitt Street, Payneham was checked and an unopened pay packet was on the dressing table and his constant and inseparable companion, his dog, was left at home, which was unusual.

He was a member of a religious movement known as SUBUD.

Extensive enquiries have been conducted by police in all States, overseas and through Interpol and have failed to reveal any trace of Glen or his vehicle.

He is suspected to have been murdered.

If you have any information about this case then share what you know without saying who you are or get involved.

Call 1800 333 000 or go to www.crimestopperssa.com.au




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