| 15.04,19. 01:18 PM |
A $100,000 reward for information about the 1998 handgun murder of a Sydney man, Paul Stanton Burt remains in place.
38-year old Paul Stanton Burt was killed in the driveway of his Castle Hill home shortly before 6am on February 24 1998. The self-employed Bobcat operator had been preparing to leave for work.
The Hills Local Area Commander said a number of leads had been followed since the 1998 killing.
Police know that several gunshots were fired at close range by an unidentified man, armed with a handgun. It's believed he fled the scene in a beige XE Ford Falcon, or similar vehicle.
Despite extensive inquiries - no clear motive for the murder has been established.
The reward would be paid to any person providing information that led to the arrest and conviction of those responsible for Mr Burt's murder.
If anyone has information in relation to this unsolved murder please contact Crime Stoppers on 1800 333 000, you can remain confidential and the information will be treated with the strictest confidence.
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