Police Step Up The Search For Murdered Melbourne Mother
The Herald Sun are reporting police will undertake a statewide manhunt to catch the killer of mum Tracy Connelly.
Hundreds of men will be asked to undergo forensic testing in a bid to open the case.
In total, police have compiled a list of 600 men who were in St Kilda at the time of Ms Connelly's murder, and each one of them can now expect a knock on the door.
Over three years police have compiled the persons of interests list from police databases, social media and records of people in the area at the time.
The investigation will now move statewide, but a cluster of people to be contacted are still in the Port Phillip area of Melbourne.
Ms Connely’s body was found in a van she used as a home and where she took her sex clients in Greeves St, St Kilda on July 21, 2013.