Rivett death: victim named

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Have you seen this car? Police want to hear from anyone who saw it last weekend.
THE man at the centre of the mysterious death in Rivett on Sunday (December 17) has been identified as 48-year-old  Bobby Stuart Allan, of Goodenia Street, Rivett.

His family has been notified and is in contact with police.

Have you seen this car? Police want to hear from anyone who saw it last weekend.
Following the incident, police identified Mr Allan’s distinctive white and red Ford Falcon utility, bearing NSW registration BS82FE as missing from his home and suspected that the vehicle was somehow involved in the incident. It was located at the Fisher shops following a tip-off from a member of the public.

Police have now located the deceased’s vehicle at the Fisher Shops following a tip off from a member of the public.

As police continue their investigation, they are asking for anyone who saw the distinctive vehicle on Saturday night (December 17) or Sunday night (December 17) to contact police by calling 1800 333000. Any information relevant to the investigation can be provided anonymously.

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