Woodbridge homicide, Perth: Police baffled by mysterious loss of life of younger father Zac Bevilaqua discovered with neck accidents in a pool of blood exterior a house in a quiet avenue
Devastated members of the family of a ‘good and well mannered’ younger father are pleading for solutions after he died from neck wounds.
Zac Bevilaqua, 23, was discovered with life-threatening accidents on a porch exterior a house in Woodbridge in Perth‘s west about 1.25am on Saturday.
He was rushed to Royal Perth Hospital the place he underwent emergency surgical procedure however couldn’t be saved and died on Saturday afternoon.
Mr Bevilaqua, who beforehand labored as an aged care employee, was described as a ‘good, well mannered individual’ by his older brother James Whitworth.
Zac Bevilaqua, 23, was discovered with life-threatening accidents on a porch exterior a house in Woodbridge in Perth ‘s west about 1.25am on Saturday (pictured along with his accomplice Tanya Kissack)
‘Me and my household want closure and I simply wish to know what occurred to my expensive little brother,’ Mr Whitworth advised 9News.
‘Zach saved to himself, he was a pleasant, well mannered individual. He was variety, loving and caring and he did not hang around with the incorrect crowd of individuals.’
‘I heard that my brother had been selecting up cigarette bumpers and that he’d been stabbed.’
Mr Bevilaqua was discovered along with his watch and hat subsequent to him however his necklace had been taken, in keeping with his older brother.
Tanaya Kissack, 21, with whom Mr Bevilaqua had shared daughter, paid tribute to her ‘caring’ accomplice.
‘He was an unimaginable accomplice and father who at all times put us first,’ she advised The West Australian.
The pair had been collectively for round 4 years and welcomed their daughter into the world simply 10 months in the past.
Blood was smeared throughout the entrance door and porch space of the Chatham Street property the place Mr Bevilaqua was discovered (pictured)
Investigators are urging anybody with details about the incident to contact Crime Stoppers on 1800 333 000
‘I miss your smile and your snigger,’ Ms Kissack wrote on social media on Sunday night time, earlier than including the hashtag: ‘justice for Zac’.
Blood was smeared throughout the entrance door and porch space of the Chatham Street property the place Mr Bevilaqua was discovered.
Investigators are urging anybody with details about the incident to contact Crime Stoppers on 1800 333 000.
Anybody with CCTV or dash-cam imaginative and prescient of the Chatham Street, Woodbridge space between 12.30am and 2am on Saturday, September 30, is urged to contact police instantly.