Murder of Jane Thurgood-Dove

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Murder of Jane Thurgood-Dove (Jane Elisa Magill) was born on 17 March, 1963 in Australia. Discover Murder of Jane Thurgood-Dove’s Biography, Age, Height, Physical Stats, Dating/Affairs, Family and career updates. Learn How rich is She in this year and how She spends money? Also learn how She earned most of networth at the age of 57 years old?

Popular AsJane Elisa Magill
Age57 years old
Zodiac SignPisces
Born17 March 1963
Birthday17 March

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On 7 October 2003, the Herald Sun quoted a senior homicide detective eliminating the policeman, who was the prime suspect in the Thurgood-Dove murder, from further inquiries.


However, police investigations tended to support his assertions that his marriage was happy and healthy. Further, he was a hardworking man with no previous criminal record. In April 2000, he passed a polygraph test and has since been eliminated as a suspect.

It was speculated that the policeman hired two hitmen to kill Thurgood-Dove when she refused to leave her husband. The policeman was interviewed by the Homicide squad on three occasions. The policeman had no alibi for the time of Thurgood-Dove’s killing and, indeed, failed a polygraph test on 29 April 2000. However, police could not uncover sufficient evidence to charge the man.


Thurgood-Dove had revealed to at least two friends that a well-respected, serving policeman was obsessed with her and, indeed, had been diagnosed with depression since her murder. It is not known whether any intimate relationship ever developed between her and the policeman. In 1998, Melbourne’s Herald Sun carried the front-page headline that the policeman was the prime suspect in Thurgood-Dove’s murder. He is believed to have admitted loving her and asking her to leave her husband, but denied killing her.


Jane Elisa Thurgood-Dove was the victim of a murder in Niddrie, Victoria, Australia in 1997. On 6 November 1997, she was confronted in the driveway of her suburban Melbourne home and shot repeatedly as her three young children, aged 3, 5 and 10, cowered inside her car.