Paeroa man's memorial vandalised - police
Mon, 25 Jun 2012 4:09p.m.
By 3 News online staff
Police investigating the death of Paeroa businessman Jordan Voudouris are now looking into the vandalism of some memorial items left outside his shop.
Flowers, balloons, cards and other items left outside Mr Voudouris’ shop on Saturday night were later vandalised, in what police have called a “disturbing twist”.
“We are following up as to who may have caused this damage and whether or not there may be any connection to his death,” says Detective Senior Sergeant Michael Whitehead.
Police say that although they have continued to make progress on their inquiries they have not identified any confirmed motive for the homicide.
Mr Whitehead says it is highly likely that the information police are looking for is held within the Paeroa community.
“That’s why it’s still extremely important that anyone with information that could help us makes contact with the Police. Even the most seemingly insignificant piece of information may be the vital clue that leads us to the killer.”
Mr Voudouris was farewelled by family and friends at a funeral today.
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