It has been a 12 months since Kerry Giakoumis was purported to journey dwelling to Adelaide on a flight booked by his mum.
He’d travelled to Melbourne 5 days earlier, telling household he deliberate to work there as a concreter.
Mr Giakoumis by no means boarded the flight and on the primary anniversary of his disappearance murder investigators have launched a recent attraction for data to seek out him.
The 29-year-old had travelled to Melbourne on June 5 with two associates who Victoria Police imagine are members of the Hells Angels Outlaw Motorbike Gang.
The final sighting of Mr Giakoumis was on the Hells Angels clubhouse in Thomastown within the early hours of June 10.
Police say they’re virtually sure he met with foul play and wish to know what occurred on the clubhouse – or every other location – within the early hours of that Wednesday morning.
Hells Angels members and different associates have been believed to be there on the time. It is understood the Adelaide man was not a patched member of the membership.
Murder investigators searched a variety of properties in June final 12 months, together with the Lipton Drive clubhouse in Thomastown, whereas following a number of strains of inquiry however have to this point been unable to seek out hint of Mr Giakoumis or cost anybody in connection together with his disappearance.
“Somebody on the market know what occurred to Kerry and why – and we’re hopeful they’re prepared to speak to us,” Detective Inspector Andrew Stamper stated.
He was in common contact together with his household all through his time in Melbourne.
Police have launched a number of photographs of the lacking man at a South Australian comfort retailer on the day he left the state and in a taxi in Melbourne a day later.