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Exhibition 1934 
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Crime Circular: Pyjama girl murder

NSW 1934
Crime Circular, New South Wales Police Department, Sydney, 6 September 1934
The Australian Federal Police Museum

The identity of the victim and her murderer involved a gruesome 10-year inquiry. Many reports of missing women were sent to investigators in Victoria, New South Wales and the Federal Capital Territory. The body was found in Albury, NSW, but was eventually confirmed as a Melbourne woman, killed in her Carlton home. In 1944 the husband of the victim confessed to Commissioner William Mackay in relation to the crime. He was later tried for murder, but convicted of manslaughter.

Hawthorn floods
Kalgoorlie Race Riots
Relocation of police station
Reward poster 1934
Special Constables leaving for Kalgoorlie 1934
Women Police Group 1934
Commonwealth Police Pyjama Girl File 1934