Investigation into death of Jarrad Lovison continues

Detectives from the Missing Persons Squad will travel to Newborough and Moe next week as part of the ongoing investigation into the death of Newborough man Jarrad Lovison.

Lovison’s body was located in bushland at Moondara on 23 May.

Detectives are continuing to treat his death as suspicious.

The 37-year-old had previously been reported missing to police.

Jarrad was last seen just after 9.45pm on 15 April riding his green mountain bike along March Street in Newborough.

Police have been told that earlier that day he had also been seen at Kmart and Woolworths in Moe, then met with a friend on Belvedere Street in Newborough.

Jarrad’s bike is still yet to be recovered and police are again releasing an image of this bike in the hope someone can provide information about it’s current location.

Investigators are travelling to the area again next week in the hope of turning up further clues about who is responsible for Jarrad’s death and why.

Detectives are keen to speak to anyone who saw Jarrad in the lead up to his disappearance or has information in relation to his death, to come forward.

Jarrad is described as being 213cm tall with a slim build and has a shaved head.

He was last seen wearing a dark coloured top and pants, as well as dark runners with red socks.

Jarrad was known to ride his bike around Newborough and often wore a small lighter coloured crossbody bag with his belongings inside.

Anyone with any information is urged to contact Crime Stoppers on 1800 333 000 or visit

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