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Hunt for killer of musician whose body was found in a gutted bungalow


Connor Tolson was working as a kitchen hand, but had dreams of headlining stadiums. 

He was just 21 and a drummer in Melbourne band Riders Of Sin when his body was found in the burnt out remains of a bungalow at the rear of his family home. 

It was September 19, 2015 and to this day who, why and exactly how he died remains a mystery. 

Now police are offering a $1 million reward in the hope of finally cracking the case.


Police are offering $1 million for information to solve the suspicious death of a young Melbourne musician Connor Tolson (above), after a fire at his home more than six years ago

In 2015 Connor was believed to have been killed in a fire after returning home from a party 

On Wednesday, Victoria Police announced it would hand over a $1million reward for information leading to the conviction of Connor’s killer. 

Homicide detectives have long held suspicions about who had motive to kill him. 

Connor’s sister, Alanna, and mum, Karen Mantello, were woken…



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