Wednesday 5 October 2022 11:25 PM Opal miner Paul Murray death in Lightning Ridge reopened by NSW Police with ... trends now

Wednesday 5 October 2022 11:25 PM Opal miner Paul Murray death in Lightning Ridge reopened by NSW Police with ... trends now
Wednesday 5 October 2022 11:25 PM Opal miner Paul Murray death in Lightning Ridge reopened by NSW Police with ... trends now

Wednesday 5 October 2022 11:25 PM Opal miner Paul Murray death in Lightning Ridge reopened by NSW Police with ... trends now

Why opal miner was found 'naked and decomposed' is still a mystery as desperate cops announce a $500k reward for answers Naked and decomposing body of opal miner Paul Murray, 40, discovered in 1995 No cause of death has been confirmed and no-one knows what happened to him Two graziers found remains in  scrub 2km from his camp near Lightning Ridge  NSW Police are now offering a $500,000 reward to try to finally solve mystery 

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Paul Murray's dead boy was discovered by two graziers on April 22, 1995

Paul Murray's dead boy was discovered by two graziers on April 22, 1995

It's a decades-old mystery that has puzzled police for decades - the strange case of the murdered opal miner found naked and decomposing in scrub - with no obvious cause of death.

And 27 years later, detectives are still no closer to solving it, sparking a $500,000 reward for new information so the final scene can be written. 

Paul Murray's dead body was discovered by two graziers on April 22, 1995 around 2km from his camp on the opal-mining claim he owned, 8km outside of Lightning Ridge in north-western NSW.

NSW Police said he was last seen alive on March 19, 1995 by a local who had driven him to a location just outside town. His family reported him missing a week later.

The body was found in scrub by two graziers on April 22, 1995 around 2km from his camp on the opal-mining claim he owned

The body was found in scrub by two graziers on April 22, 1995

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