Woodridge business central to alleged murder of David Hanson

Slacks Creek’s David Hanson with his daughter. Car belonging to missing Slacks Creek man David Hanson.
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Police believe the people responsible for killing a Slacks Creek grandfather in a Woodridge business cleaned and demolished part of the site to hide evidence.

The body of David Hanson, 71, has still not been found after his disappearance in February this year.

Superintendent Dave Hutchinson said investigators believe Mr Hanson was murdered at the Autowerks car detailing business on February 22, after police completed forensic tests.

“[Mr Hanson] is associated with the people who were running the business,” Superintendent Hutchinson said.

“We do believe after this event there was an extensive amount of work done there – cleaning the property and even demolishing part of the property. We have conducted a very thorough forensic examination and we’re quite convinced that’s where he was killed.”

The former car detailing business on Timms Court has since closed.

Police have four suspects in the case, some of whom resided at a Kingston property Mr Hanson stayed in between February 18 and February 22.

Mr Hanson, a mining consultant who split his time between Brisbane and the African nation of Tanzania, was due to fly to South Africa on February 22 but never made it to the airport.

He was last seen on the 22nd at a Sunnybank shopping centre where he met his daughter for coffee.

Police believe Mr Hanson then drove his car back to the Kingston house on Snowdon Street. However it was not clear how or why he ended up at the Woodridge business.

“We’re interested in anybody who can fill those gaps and maybe tell us where he was and what he did after the time he left the shopping centre,” Superintendent Hutchinson said.

In March, police searched the Browns Plains rubbish tip where they discovered items which related to the case.

Queensland Police have worked with Australian Federal Police and Tanzanian police during the investigation.

Anyone with information should contact Crime Stoppers on 1800 333 000.

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Schenck off to Australian titles

ON TARGET: Victorian Billiards Champion John Schenck. Picture: JIM ALDERSEYMYERS Flat man John Schenck was able to win his second Victorian Billiards Championship earlier this month, 10 years on since he last won the title.
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Schenck decided to compete in morecompetitionsthis year and was rewarded with the state title, defeating Rod Nelson in a marathon final at Yarraville.

“It was a four hour final, so it went for a long time,” he said.

“After about the two hour mark I was struggling and didn’t think I would be able to pull through but I was able to battle on.”

The final score was Schenck 128, 95, 85, 69, 61, 54, 45, 42 (1074) against Nelson 126, 74, 50, 46, 42 (853).

Schenck, a member of the VRI, said it was great feeling to win the championship.

“It is one of the biggest tournaments of the year, so I am fairly happy with how I have played,” he said.

Ryan Bowland was also crowned the A-minor championship after defeating Castlemaine man Glenn Taylor in the final.

Schenck said it was good to see other players from across the region also do well at the tournament.

Schenck has been in good form this year, he was also crowned the champion at the 150-up Billiards Championship in August.

“The tournament was about playing to a score not to a time,” he said.

The state title win has now guaranteed Schenck a spot in the Australian championships next year.

“I have automatically qualified for those titles which will be played in Yarraville again, so that should be good,” he said.

Schenck said most of the billiards competitionshadfinished for the year, he says he will be spending his time training for the national titles.

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Throwback Thursday – November 2004GALLERY

We’ve delved into the digital archives again to bring you a selection of photos from a decade ago.
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Check out some more photos from November 2004.

Maybe you’ll recognise a face or two!

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Shaun Cousins found, investigation continues

MISSING: Mount Nelson resident Shaun Cousins.
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2.27pm UPDATE:Tasmania Police has just advised Shaun Cousins has been located alive and well.

TASMANIA Policewish to speak to missingman Shaun Cousins in relation to a separate investigation.

Senior Sergeant Natasha Leaman said the Mt Nelson man received information that may have prompted him to go missing.

Senior Sergeant Leaman said the investigation into the matter was ongoing, and police would not comment further at this stage.

Mr Cousins has been the subject of a police search, since he went missing on Sunday, November 9.

Police said there was a confirmed sighting of Mr Cousins running early on the morning of Monday, November 10.

“We do know that he did not take his wallet and has not accessed his bank account,” she said.

“While the search was initially concentrated in the Mt Nelson bushland, marine patrols were alsoconducted of the water and shoreline near the Alum Cliffs between Sandy Bay and Kingston.

“It is also possible that he has chosen not to contact anyone.”

Anyone with information that could help locate Mr Cousins, or with any information they think could be related to the investigation, is asked to contact Police on 131 444.

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Photographer’s choicepictures photos.

Photographer’s choice | pictures photos. Actor / screenwriter,Chris Pattinson of Boat Harbour riding a wave of success after winning an award recently.picture Grant Wells
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The Light Between Oceans movie location manager, Phillip Roope at Stanley. picture Grant Wells.

Frank Macdonald prize winner, Liam Grieve from Burnie High School. picture Grant Wells.

Developer, Leigh Murphy has plans for the ex harbour master’s cottage at Devonport. picture Grant Wells.

Ben Lewtas practising for the Tasmanian Amateur Golf Championships at Ulverstone. picture Grant Wells.

Patrick Clancy and Eleanor Noble at the 60 th birthday celebrations of the Penguin Library. picture Jason Hollister

Headline act for the Forth Valley Blues Festival, Russell Morris. picture Jason Hollister.

Jay Woolley at the Australian freestyle motocroos championships at Latrobe. picture Jason Hollister.

Launch of the Enormity 2014 Santa Run in Devonport. picture Katrina Docking.

Devonport Show Cup winning dish licker, Senor Slamma. picture Katrina Docking.

Singer,Taylor Henderson prepares for the Come Together Concert in Ulverstone. picture Meg Windram

Burnie paddlers, John Lakeland and Sam Norton off to Hong Kong for major ski race. picture Meg Windram.

Somerset’s Kim and Darren Eade won $10.000 from a morning television show competition. picture Meg Windram.

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