Tuesday, 20 August 2013

Cold Cases: The Murder of Yasmin Sinodinos

Cold Cases: The Murder of Yasmin Sinodinos


Someone out there knows what happened on the night in late 1991 to the 27 year old Mother, Yasmin Sinodinsos, but so far no-one has come forward with information, and a murderer, or murderers, have walked free in our community since her body was found on a fire track at Ansty Hill on December 18th 1991.


Yasmin was last seen on December 16th, 1991, when she left a friends house very early in the morning. She left in a white sedan, from her friends Gilles-plains house, and was not seen alive again by her friends and family.
A day earlier she had been seen at the Holden Hill Police Station at about 2pm, and was picked up by a person driving a silver sedan, it is still not known whom this person is.

On the 18th of December, Yasmin's battered body was found at Ansty's hill. She had been severely beaten to death with a blunt object, washed, redressed and dumped in the recreation park. The police reports Yasmin died of “severe head trauma”

This year, a twist occurred in the cold case, with an Adelaide Court charging Tim Pasanen with the murder, after a DNA match was found linking him to the 1991 murder.

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