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The horrific murder of Dylan Lindsay

Posted on 28/03/2020

Today marks 16 years since the murder of infant Dylan Robert James Lindsay in the West Coast town of Port Lincoln.

At about 8.30am on Sunday, 28 March 2004 the 1-year old’s body was found at an Ellen Street property, with horrific injuries.

He had visible abdominal injuries and had been the victim of a serious assault.

An unknown person had attempted to disguise Dylan’s injuries by using a texta to cover the bruising and marks.

Dylan’s list of serious injuries included five fractured ribs, a lacerated liver and a bruised heart.

He died of internal bleeding and expert advice is that would have taken about six hours.

Two people were arrested in May 2004 but those charges were later dropped. Two adults remain “persons of interest” in the case.

Police have encountered reluctance from people within the local community to provide evidence as they investigated the death.

A reward of up to $1 million is on offer for information that leads to the conviction in this case.

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