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Kevin Pearce operated a freight distribution business when late one night a fatal bullet from a .308 hunting rifle went through his left arm, shattered against his ribs, and lodged in his spine.

Three colleagues were with him at the time, but they didn’t see the sniper. However, in 1986 the Victorian coroner found Pearce was shot “by or by the arrangement and organisation of a former business partner in William James Matthews.

It was well known the two were feuding and were business rivals.

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Coroner Hallenstein ruled that Matthews should stand trial, however the director of Public Prosecutions reviewed the case and decided not to pursue charges.

Now over 35 years on and with exclusive access to police files Million Dollar Murders follows fresh evidence that will encourage people to contact Victoria Police and bring an end to the torment of the Pearce family.

These are some of the toughest cases for detectives to solve. Million Dollar Murders will highlight the tireless effort of police in their investigations of these unsolved cases.

When there are few leads left to investigate in a case, Police turn to the public for help, offering a one million dollar reward for any new information that leads to a conviction.

Recently retired Detective Superintendent, Deborah Wallace, has been given extensive access to the case files, so MDM can take viewers inside the ongoing investigation of the most chilling murder mysteries in the country.

To help solve these crimes, Wallace interviews the detectives involved in these investigations, witnesses, and family members, hoping to spark a long-forgotten memory or a change of heart that will bring justice for the victims and their families.

All cases can be solved. They’re never cold and police never give up.

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  1. Was there a theft report made of a 308 rifle been stolen from the depot? If not did Mathews or an associate take the rifle from the depot and replace it with the cleaned 308 murder weapon? He would have thought he was really smart scaring Coates with the wrong rifle, knowing it could confuse the investigation. Just maybe the murder weapon ended up being delivered to the owner of the gun order.

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