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Man charged in Sarah Spiers serial killer cold case

WA Cold Case Homicide Squad detectives have charged a 49 year old man with the wilful murder of Sarah Spiers, who disappeared from Claremont just over 22 years ago.

It will be alleged 18 year old Ms Spiers was murdered on, or about, January 27, 1996, after a night out with friends in Claremont.

Ms Spiers telephoned for a taxi from a phone box near the corner of Stirling Road and Stirling Highway in Claremont just after 2am that Saturday morning – but when the taxi arrived several minutes later she was nowhere to be seen.

Her body has never been found.

Bradley Robert Edwards, formerly of Kewdale, was charged this morning following extensive inquiries by the Macro Investigation Team within the Cold Case Homicide Squad.

He is due to appear in the Stirling Gardens Magistrates Court on Wednesday, February 28, on this and other previously laid charges (for those details, please see attached media release from December 2016).