Divers in action at Myponga Reservoir

Major Crime Investigation Branch has released footage of Water Operations conducting a search for Jeff Mundy’s body at Myponga Reservoir. The search has now moved to the northern part of the wall.

Jeff was last seen in the Seaford and Sellicks Beach areas on 19 December 2020. Major Crime is searching the reservoir following information provided by the criminal community about his death.

Water Operations Unit is searching in difficult conditions, in depths of about 42metres. In order to safely conduct the search, divers must decompress on their way back to the water surface, stopping every few metres.

Detectives continue to appeal to anyone with information on the whereabouts of Jeff Mundy, or have any information relating to the Taskforce Southern murders, to contact Crime Stoppers on 1800 333 000.

There is a reward of up to $200,000 for information leading to conviction of people who killed Trevor or the recovery of his remains.

Task Force Southern commenced in June 2021, to investigate a series of murders and violent crimes that have occurred mostly in the Southern Districts since 2019.

Footage includes divers getting ready and then entering the water, descending into the depths of the water, and then compressing on their way back to the surface.

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