After two and a half years on the run, Jonathan Dick is captured by his childhood mate David Cammarata. We hear first-hand how David and his co-worker detained Jono and how Jono’s closest friends from Wallan feel now he is no longer at large.
For legal reasons episodes 1-4 are currently not available whilst the matter goes through the Victorian courts. The investigation continues to find out how Jono evaded capture for so long and lived In Plain Sight.
36-year old David Dick is brutally murdered with a samurai sword. His elder brother Jono is the only suspect and disappears without trace for 18 months. Many think he’s dead until he strikes again. Can you help catch a fugitive?
Jono allegedly tries to murder his best friend with a hammer but botches the attack and cops a beating in the process. He escapes and according to friends is living rough on the fringe of Melbourne.
Police fear that Jono’s childhood friends may be in danger and offer a $100,000 reward for information leading to his capture. Old grudges and unrequited love may be driving him to revenge against those he once cared about.
Two and a half years after the murder of his brother, Jono is still at large with 300 reported sightings but none confirmed. Police say someone is assisting Jono but no-one has stepped up for the reward. Our investigation reveals the police might be right.
Police need the assistance of the public to catch an alleged killer. Jonathan Dick, known as Jono, has evaded capture in Melbourne Australia for more than two years and how he's done it is a mystery. Reporter Adam Shand goes in search of the answers in this exclusive investigation.
Understate: In Plain Sight coming August 6th to PodcastOne Australia