Almost five years on, police are renewing their call for information related to the death of a Waverley man, after his remains were discovered in October.
Lynn Tasman Jones vanished four years ago from the Waverley area. The morning following the 69-year-old’s disappearance, his white 1991 Toyota Camry (registration AQ-72-UY) was reportedly seen parked on Windmill Street, Millers Point. Police have never recovered the vehicle.
Early last October, bushwalkers discovered skeletal remains in the Royal National Park at Otford. Wollongong Police collected the bones as evidence and the remains were later identified as those of Lynn Tasman Jones.
Investigations into the circumstances of Jones’ death are ongoing and police are seeking anyone who may have seen his Toyota Camry on 11 June 2009, or has any information that could assist police in the matter.
Eastern Suburbs Detective Sergeant Michael Todd urged anyone with relevant information to contact police immediately.
“Someone knows what happened to Lynn and I urge them to please come forward,’” Detective Sergeant Todd said.
“Lynn’s family is devastated by the loss of their loved one and would like some answers so they can finally have closure from this terrible ordeal.”
Police have instructed anyone with information about this incident to call Crime Stoppers on 1800 333 000 or use the Crime Stoppers online reporting page: https://www1.police.nsw.gov.au/.
Any information you provide can be done so anonymously and will be treated in the strictest of confidence.