Detectives are appealing for public assistance as they continue their investigations into the alleged murder of a man whose body was found at Greengrove last year.
St Marys detectives formed Strike Force Pilliga on Monday, October 20, to investigate the murder of 41-year-old Brett Watson from St Marys. His body was found on a roadside near Wisemans Ferry Rd and Mangrove Creek Rd, Greengrove, at about 7:30am on Monday, October 20. Offi cers attached to Brisbane Water Local Area Command attended and established a crime scene. As a result of inquiries, a second crime scene was established at a unit in Morris St, St Marys. A 35-year-old man and a 36-year-old woman have already been charged with the man’s murder and were refused bail and appeared before Penrith Local Court on Friday, January 16. Following further investigation, detectives arrested a 42-year-old man at a home in Kilaben Bay, on Thursday, October 30. He was charged with being an accessory after the fact to murder. He was granted conditional bail and also appeared in Penrith Local Court on Friday, January 16. Investigators have information that a fourth person was involved in the alleged murder and are seeking public assistance to identify this person. Information is also sought relating to the movements of a 1999-model white Ford Mondeo sedan with NSW registration number BAX47A. The vehicle was seen in the Minto area on the afternoon of the alleged murder.
16 Jan 2015
NSW Police media