Police Ask Every SA Resident For One Thing In Murder Enquiry
Police have asked the public for help piecing together the last movements of an Adelaide grandmother who was murdered during a home invasion.
The body of Myrna Nilsson, 57, was found at her Valley View home on September 30. Her daughter-in-law was bound and gagged but her three children were unharmed.
Investigators on Saturday appealed for any drivers with dashboard cameras to come forward if they were in the vicinity of Unley and Ms Nilsson's Bunbury Terrace home between 4.30pm and 7pm on the Friday she died.
Ms Nilsson left Unley about 6pm and drove home in her car, an off-white Fiat 500 with the personalised number plate MYRNA.
(Image: SA Police)
Her daughter-in-law, 27, told police they were attacked by two men in a home invasion.
It is alleged the two Caucasian males left the home in a white four-wheel drive.
One of the men was described as wearing a white T-shirt, the other was wearing a dark hooded jumper, he said.
(Photo: Eliza Rugg / 9 News)
Police have declined to comment on whether anything was taken from the house, or if the women knew their attackers.
The woman's son was at work when the pair were attacked.
Ms Nilsson's cause of death has not been released.
If you can help, contact Crime Stoppers on 1800 333 000 or online www.crimestopperssa.com.au
Source: AAP / Staff Writers