Five days before childcare worker Jane Rimmer disappeared, she told her close friend Kimdelia Cole she had weekend plans to go to Claremont – an affluent Perth suburb and popular nightspot, and the location from which 18-year-old secretary Sarah Spiers had recently mysteriously vanished.
“She didn’t really want to go out, it was a work thing,” Cole tells WHO. “I said to her, ‘Be careful.’ And she told me not to worry because she had a male friend who was going to pick her up.”
It was the last conversation Cole had with Rimmer. During a night out with friends on June 9, 1996, Rimmer, 23, vanished from Claremont. Her naked body was later found in semi-rural bushland in southern Perth. Nine months later, a third woman, lawyer Ciara Glennon, 27, also disappeared from Claremont. Her body was found 19 days later.
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October 12, 2020