Case involving suspected loss of life of Paddy Moriarty handed to Director of Public Prosecutions


The unsolved case of Paddy Moriarty, who went lacking from the tiny Northern Territory city of Larrimah, has been handed to the best workplace of prosecutions to find out whether or not his mysterious disappearance was the results of felony offences.

It has been 5 months since former NT coroner Greg Cavanagh handed down his concerns from an prolonged inquest, discovering that even with out a physique he believed Mr Moriarty was killed in suspicious circumstances on the night of December 16, 2017.

NT Police have now wrapped up their investigation and handed the file over to the Director of Public Prosecutions.

“A file has been submitted to the DPP according to the advice of the coroner,” an NT Police spokesman informed the ABC.

Mr Moriarty, aged 70, and his pink kelpie Kellie had been final seen on the blink-and-you-miss-it freeway city’s Pink Panther Pub, the place the pair would usually finish the day.

Larrimah is a tiny city on the Stuart Freeway about 500 kilometres south of Darwin.(ABC Information: Michael Franchie)

He rode residence on his quad bike, then in keeping with the coroner’s findings, “put [a] principally eaten rooster within the microwave, put his pockets on the desk and his hat in its common place, put the pet food within the canine’s bowl and received his personal meal out of the freezer.”

Mr Cavanagh wrote “there isn’t a proof as to the place he went”.



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