Shooting victim plea, hoping to get justice

Police post $500,000 reward to help solve 2017 Everton shooting mystery
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HOPE TO FIND SHOOTER: Kelvin Tennant and his daughter, Natalie Knox, address the press about their and Victoria Police’s search for the Everton shooter.

A MAN who still lives with affected hearing, eye sight and unstable balance, the results of a bizarre shooting while he was riding his bike at Everton in 2017, has called for the public to help bring the offender to justice.

In a bid for information leading to the gunman’s identity, Armed Crime Squad detectives have announced a $500,000 reward as part of their investigation into the shooting of a then 72 year old cyclist, Kelvin Tennant.

Detectives want to hear from anyone who was in the area at about noon on Saturday, February 18 that year when the shooting occurred near Burgoigee Creek on the Myrtleford-Everton Rail Trail.

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