Welcome to the SA Branch of the Australian and New Zealand Forensic Science Society



In 2009, Khandalyce and her mother Karlie were reported missing in the Northern Territory, however the report was later withdrawn. The following year, human remains were found in Belanglo State Forest, NSW. In 2015, a suitcase which contained human remains belonging to a child was found off a highway in Wynarka, SA.

The ANZFSS SA branch is honoured to host Det Sgt Paul Ward (SAPOL), Det B/Sgt Jock McKenzie (retired), Sr Forensic Anthropologist Dr Ellie Simpson (FSSA), & Sr Forensic Biologist Louise Harkin (FSSA) who will provide an overview of the highly coordinated multi-disciplinary approach across interstate borders that discovered the link between the two cases and their efforts to identify the remains found near Wynarka.

Join us for what we promise to be a fascinating and intriguing presentation.

Where: Braggs Lecture Theatre-Adelaide University, North Terrace.

When: Tuesday 1st June 6:30pm for a 7pm start.

Please see the attached flyer for further details and how to book.

$10 for non-members, free for members.

We look forward to seeing you there!

 For the booking link, please click here.


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