Breakthrough in hunt for killer of Pakenham mum Kylie Blackwood
Homicide squad detectives have told the man who killed Pakenham mum Kylie Blackwood – ‘we’re coming for you’ – after making a significant breakthrough in the investigation.
Images have been released of a white, late model Nissan Tiida, which was spotted on CCTV in McCaffery Rise, Pakenham, around the time detectives believe the 42-year-old was killed in August 2013.
Her body was discovered by her two 11-year-old daughters when they got home from school.
Ms Blackwood’s bank card was used around lunch time in Pakenham, leading police to believe the killing was the result of a robbery gone wrong.
Detective Inspector Mick Hughes said there weren’t many Nissan Tiidas in Victoria, warning the killer via the Herald Sun – they’re closing in on identifying him.