Police discovered slain Karlie Pearce-Stevenson’s bank card in accused wallet
Police have made a big breakthrough in the murder of Karlie Pearce-Stevenson that caused massive uproar in Australia. According to reports, police found the victim’s bank card in the accused wallet.
Reports state that investigating officers had spotted Stevenson’s card in the killer’s wallet after a gap of four years when she was murdered. However, police have yet to make any connection between the accused and the crime.
Meanwhile, the accused Daniel Holdom surfaced via a video link in court after he was charged with Stevenson’s death.
Holdom’s former girlfriend, Hazel Passmore, also showed up at the police station for nearly four hours to help police with their probe into the murder of Karlie.
Karlie Pearce-Stevenson’s wounded body was spotted in the year 2010.
Police also claimed that they found an expired key card in the name of K Pearce-Stevenson’ in Daniel Holdom’s wallet.