Drop of Blood Led To Breakthrough Arrest In Sydney Family Court Bombing Case

A drop of blood found on a piece of cardboard at a crime scene more than 30 years ago gave ­detectives the vital breakthrough which led to the arrest of alleged Family Court bomber Leonard Warwick on Tuesday.

Coupled with new DNA techniques, the blood found on a fragment of cardboard at the 1985 bombing of a Jehovah’s Witness hall in Casula has allegedly linked the long-time suspect to the spate of four murders and five bombings that terrorised Sydney in the 1980s.

Former fireman Warwick, 68, was ­arrested at a gym in Campbelltown ­while teams of specialist police swooped on his home at Douglas Park, where he lives with his new family.

He is due to appear at Campbelltown Local Court this morning where he will face 32 charges including four counts of murder, attempted ­murder and two counts of damaging buildings with intent to murder.

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Source: www.adelaidenow.com.au


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