MURDERED – Unsolved Cold Case/Suspicious Death
Deborah Michelle Anderson, 24yrs of age, found 12.26 am in burnt out vehicle Dance Drive, Middle Swan, WA on the 25th Jauary 2000.
My niece Deborah Michelle Anderson had planned to go to Perth Zoo on the day of the 24 January 2000. She borrowed her father's defacto car – a white ford laser. In the morning she stopped at the ATM machine at the Woodvale Shopping Centre. As my sister Maureen Morris (Deb's Mum) said
'something went drastically wrong that day to cause Debbie to change her plans?' Debbie drove 420kms to Geraldton (a town north of Perth) until she was found at the Dance Drive Shopping Centre. My sister and I felt quite strongly that her life had already been taken well before being
placed there. Debbie could be quite a character and had a good personality, she was happy and had everything to live for. At the time she was a hospitality student at a college in Perth City. She was loving the course, she had plans of opening her own restaurant one day, sadly that dream will never be realised.
Sadly I lost my sister a few short years after Debbie's life was taken, losing her beloved daughter and best friend took quite a toll on her health. The evil person/persons who are responsible for taking Debbie's life that day, as far as I am concerned, also took my sister's. My sister made me
promise before she passed that I never give up.
I appeal to members of the public that should anyone have any information to please come forward and help us solve my nieces case so that some kind of peace can be found and the people responsible are brought to justice. Sometimes people feel maybe the information they have may not
amount to much so they dismiss it and decide not to pass it on, it doesn't matter believe you me how much or how little, because sometimes it could be just the information we need.
To all the families of missing/murdered loved ones my love and prayers are with you all. Every night I pray and especially for those who don't know if their loved ones are still just missing or have met with foul play – it's torturous!
Deb's family firmly believe that she was murdered on that night.
AAP General News (Australia)
WA: Police name incinerated woman
PERTH, Jan 28 AAP - Police believe they have identified a woman who was mysteriously
incinerated in a car in a shopping centre carpark this week.
She is thought to be 24-year-old hospitality student Deborah Michelle Anderson of suburban
Woodvale, although her identity has yet to be confirmed.
Police remain baffled by Ms Anderson's death and do not know whether it was suicide,
murder or an accident.
"We've got a girl that by all accounts isn't depressed, is enjoying life, is doing
well in her course, (has) good prospects (and) is about 20-odd kilometres …
AAP General News (Australia)
WA: Incinerated woman alive on arrival at shops: police
PERTH, Jan 27 AAP - Detectives investigating the baffling incineration of a 24-year-old
woman in a car in a shopping centre carpark believe the student was alive when she arrived
at the shopping complex.
The woman's body was found by fire fighters after they put out a blaze in the car,
which was parked outside a small group of shops in east suburban Middle Swan about 12.30am
Police have not yet positively identified the woman but believe she was a student from
Perth's northern suburbs, who was training at a city institution to …