The Claremont killer has been revealed.
Bradley Robert Edwards terrorised Perth for two decades, sparked fear into the hearts of people in Claremont and tore apart families.
As WA’s Police Commissioner said outside court today, “Bradley Edwards can now be called for what he is — a brutal rapist and a murderer.”
Now, 24 years of heartbreak for the families of Sarah Spiers, Jane Rimmer and Ciara Glennon turns into some closure for two of those families.
Bradley Edwards was found guilty of killing Jane Rimmer and Ciara Glennon — shaking his head as the verdict was read out.
But it was a bitter-sweet verdict today, as Justice Hall said he couldn’t find, beyond reasonable doubt, that the man who killed Jane and Ciara also killed Sarah Spiers.
Police vowed today that they would never stop trying to find her body — and they would never stop trying to get answers for her family.
Join Natalie Bonjolo, Tim Clarke and Damien Cripps as they digest the verdict for which WA has waited a quarter of a century, and share the outpouring of emotion that’s swept through the State in the wake of the verdict.
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