White Lady Funerals will conduct the service at Dutton Park, Baker St, adjacent to the football oval on the western side of town, from 11.30am.
A man has been charged with the triple murder.
Anyone who came to this site in search of information is asked to consider the sole surviving family member of this tragic event. A trust fund has been set up for this lad, and I ask those that are able to contact the fund and donate and help him as he bravely starts to rebuild his life.
Donations can be sent to the
Christopher Rowe Trust Fund,
PO Box 58, Tanunda 5352.
For details contact Tamara Meyers on 8653 3357 or after hours on 0422 564 272, or email rowebenefit@bvgroup. net.au
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The bodies of Andrew, Rose and Chantelle Rowe were found in their Kapunda home, located 76km north of Adelaide, on Monday last week.
Yesterday, police said they had a DNA sample of a male from the crime scene.
Police are expected to hold a press conference at the Kapunda police station tonight…MORE UPDATES ON THE WAY It is believed that the teenager had been in a relationship with Chantalle at some stage prior to murdering her and her parents last week.
10pm….Major Crime officer in charge Detective Superintendant Grant Moyle spoke to the gathered media and local community, he thanked the community for the way they supported the investigation and hoped they understood that there is limited information that he can release at this stage. After extensive investigation involving many police he said they arrested an 18 year old Kapunda man during the afternoon. He will be charged with three counts of murder and will appear in court tomorrow
No comment could be made on whether a murder weapon had been found or whether further arrests would follow.
HERE IS WHAT UNFOLDED EARLIER TODAY AFTER POLICE SOUGHT ASSISTANCE (LEADING TO THE ARREST)
The arrest came after police appealed for anyone who knew the killer to come forward.
They had obtained a DNA profile from the crime scene and located a witness who saw a four-wheel drive outside the home where Andrew and Rose Rowe and their 16-year-old daughter Chantelle were stabbed to death a week ago.
Detective Superintendent Grant Moyle asked anyone who may know, or may have inadvertently helped, the killer to come forward.
“If anyone is out there that knows the offender in this case, has any further information in regard to who may be involved, may have assisted the offender either before during or after this offence, now is the time to come forward,” he told reporters on Tuesday.
He said it was not unusual for more than one person to know about a crime or to become involved in it unintentionally after the fact.
“I ask you to reflect on the nature of this crime and assist police.”
On Monday he said police wanted to track the owners of a white 4WD traytop Toyota Landcruiser that was seen outside the trio’s house about midnight on November 6.
The family was slain in the early hours of November 7.
Supt Moyle said there were two people in the car and one of them got out.
“I am not suggesting that the people in the vehicle committed the offence, but it was in the area and we want to eliminate them from our inquiries,” he said on Tuesday.
He said officers continued to follow a number of “positive” lines of inquiry
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