Domenic Perre found guilty of murder over 1994 National Crime Authority bombing

Domenic Perre has been found guilty of murder over the 1994 bombing of the National Crime Authority in Adelaide that killed a police detective.

Perre sent the parcel bomb to the NCA and the explosion killed Detective Sergeant Geoffrey Bowen and injured lawyer Peter Wallis.

Today, 28 years after the deadly blast, Perre was found guilty of both murder and attempted murder by a judge.

Twenty-eight years after the National Crime Authority office bombing in Adelaide, suspect Domenic Perre will learn his fate on Thursday.
Twenty-eight years after the National Crime Authority office bombing in Adelaide, Domenic Perre has been found guilty. (9News)
Police have revealed partial DNA has been found on the bomb which killed police man Geoffrey Bowen in an Adelaide office in 1994. (SA Police)
Partial DNA was found on the bomb that killed Detective Sergeant Geoffrey Bowen. (SA Police)

South Australian Police Commissioner Grant Stevens said after the verdict: “We have an outcome today that vindicates the unrelenting efforts of police.”

Perre is already behind bars for drug offences. He will be sentenced at a later date.

The explosion also severely injured a lawyer. (SA Police)
The explosion severely injured lawyer Peter Wallis. (SA Police)
The postage satchel used to deliver the bomb. (SA Police)
The postage satchel used to deliver the bomb. (SA Police)

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