Tasmanian Police are renewing calls for information into the murder of 20-year-old Italian tourist Victoria Cafasso on 11 October 1995 at Freshwater Creek, Beamauris.
Italian tourist Victoria Cafasso was stabbed to death in broad daylight at Freshwater Creek.
Police are now following a specific line of inquiry in relation to a light-coloured Subaru station wagon seen in the area.
It was driven by a man who looked like a surfer described as aged in his 20’s, about six feet tall, of slim build but very fit, with sun-tanned arms and legs.
A person matching the description was seen running onto Beaumaris Beach when Ms. Cafasso was killed.
Detective Acting Inspector Andrew Hanson said as with any unsolved matter, the investigation into Victoria’s murder remains open, and police continually review information relating to the case.
“Serious crime cases stay open until answers are found, and a person or people responsible are arrested, and charged,” Detective Acting Inspector Hanson said.
A $500,000 reward remains available for information relating to a conviction in the case.