Posted by on 16/06/2014
Nearly two years on from the murder of a Paeroa businessman, investigators say the file remains open and they still believe the key to solving the case remains with the public.
Detective Glenn Ewing of the Waihi CIB said the passing of time had not enabled the family of 55-year-old Jordan Voudouris, who was killed outside his store in the early hours of 18 June 2012, to rest any easier with the knowledge that no-one has been identified as being responsible for his murder.
"The family and investigators remain committed to finding the person or persons responsible, but to do this we need your help.
"Once again Police plead with anyone with any information who hasn't already come forward, to do so."
Mr Ewing said with the passage of time people's loyalties change and those persons who may have held on to information need to be safe in the knowledge that they can still come forward and make a difference.
"Anyone with any information is asked to contact the Waihi CIB on 07 863 9365." Alternatively, information can be left by signing into the Operation Olive Facebook page at Paeroa Police-Jordan Voudouris or anonymously on 0800 555111."