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WILLIS the schnauzer as he looked
on February 22 after a recent haircut.
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"My husband went back to Cadell
with my son Dion on the Monday and
spent another six hours looking for
Willis," Mrs Gogoll said.
"They looked through vineyards
in case he was injured or had been
bitten by a snake, but there was no
sign of him.
"We're just hoping that someone
has picked him up and hasn't known
how to return him."
While the Gogolls now live at
Clare, they previously lived at Cadell
and ran a fruit block.
Neighbours have checked at the
family's Cadell shack each day, re-
freshing food and water bowls.
"It was quite a hot day on February
22, so we left food and water out for
Willis and his bed," Mrs Gogoll said.
"But although some of the food has
gone, there were signs of possums, so
he hasn't been been back."
The Gogolls' son Ryan, aged nine,
is especially keen to have Willis home.
A year ago, the family treated Ryan
and some of his mates to a day out on
the River Murray for his birthday.
"But our boat caught fire and Ryan
and my husband were both burnt,"
Mrs Gogoll said.
"Ryan spent three weeks in the
Women's and Children's Hospital and
we'd sneak Ryan out of hospital so he
could have his cuddles with Willis."
Mrs Gogoll said both Ryan's legs
were burnt from his knees to his
toes and he still wore pressure gar-
ments and required daily treatment.
"We are keen to have Willis back
as it has triggered a bit of trauma for
our son and our 15-year-old schnauzer
cross is fretting for his mate," she
"I hope if someone has Willis they
will contact us -- it would just bring a
lot of joy back into our family.
"At the moment, it's like part of the
family is missing."
Mrs Gogoll said a reward was of-
fered for the safe return of the much
loved pet. Willis was wearing a collar
with a blue council tag at the time
he went missing, had recently had a
haircut, and was not desexed or mi-
Anyone anyone with information
is asked to call 0427 840 459, the Mid
Murray Council on (08) 8569 0100 or
alternatively drop Willis at the near-
Cadell cold case murder reopened
Police has reopened
the cold case murder
of Peter Fazzari
at Cadell Training
Centre 24 years ago.
Fazzari was found
stabbed to death about
8am on December 29,
The 56-year-old was
serving a life sentence
for murdering his
brother with a shotgun
in 1979, but had served
his non-parole period
and was due for release
the next day.
A coronial inquest
handed down by former
state coroner Wayne
Chivell on February
5, 2002, found Fazzari
was attacked in his cell
while he was asleep.
During the attack
he received a number
of stab wounds to the
head but a search of
the cell block failed to
recover a weapon.
In 2005, there was
a further search for
the weapon at Cadell
Training Centre, but
the search was futile.
The case is one of
113 cold cases with the
Major Crime Investiga-
tion Branch, with some
cases dating back to the
1960s. In many cases
the State Government
has supplied a reward
to anyone who provides
information leading to
an apprehension and
Murder cases are
only closed once they
have been solved. In the
past two years, SAPOL
has charged four people
with murders dating
back as far as 34 years
ago.Deputy police com-
missioner Grant Ste-
vens said the cold case
campaign was an op-
portunity for police to
progress with investi-
"It's never too late
to assist in a murder
investigation," he said.
"We are hopeful
that this exposure
will prompt people to
recall details about the
Mr Stevens said the
campaign was to ensure
families of victims
could have closure.
"This is a concerted
effort to make headway
with these cold cases
and bring peace to
those families impact-
ed," he said.
"If you have infor-
mation, act now and
talk to police -- knock
on our door, before we
knock on yours."
Anyone with infor-
mation about the Faz-
zari murder can anon-
ymously call Crime
Stoppers on 1800 333
000 or report online at
Shadow Minister for
Services and Justice
John Gardner visited
Cadell Training Centre
on Tuesday morning as
part of a two-day tour
of the region.
Mr Gardner also met
with Waikerie commu-
nity groups including
He said Cadell
Training Centre was a
critical facility in the
state's prison infra-
hood Watch chairwom-
an Lynette Nitschke
said it was only because
SAPOL had boosted its
Major Crime Investiga-
tion Branch that cold
cases could be re-exam-
"It's only because the
branch has been given
seven extra police that
they can actually look at
some of the cold cases,
which they haven't been
able to do for years," Mrs
PETER Fazzari was found bashed to death in his cell
at Cadell Training Centre in 1991.
'Bring Willis home'
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