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Sunday, 29 May 2011

$1 million reward for gangland to solve the mystery over the killing of Richard Mladenich

08:24 |

ONE million dollar reward has been offered for information over the underworld killing of Richard Mladenich.

Mladenich, a feared stand over man from Altona North, was shot dead at St Kilda's notorious Esquire Motel on May 16, 2000, reported the Herald Sun.

The 39-year-old was fatally shot about 3.30am in room 18 of the Acland St motel.

A $100,000 reward was offered by police in December 2002.

A Victoria Police spokeswoman said the reward was on offer for information leading to the arrest and conviction of the person or persons responsible for Richard Mladenich's death.

Homicide Squad Detective Senior Sergeant Ron Iddles said the smallest piece of information could assist detectives to solve the 11-year-old mystery.

"We're hoping this reward will encourage people with information to come forward and help solve this crime," Detective Senior Sergeant Iddles said.

Information received in relation to this matter will be treated as strictly confidential.


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