Pizza shop murder: New appeal for information

Jordan Voudouris. Photo / Supplied.
Jordan Voudouris. Photo / Supplied.

Police have renewed their appeal for information about the "senseless killing'' of a Paeroa pizza shop owner.

Waikato homicide investigators are yet to identify whoever who killed Jordan Voudouris almost 10 months after he was shot dead at the back of his shop on June 18.

Detective Sergeant Dean Anderson today said police were committed to tracking down his killer or killers to bring closure for Mr Voudouris' family and the Paeroa community.

"In what can be best described as a senseless killing, Mr Voudouris was shot dead resulting in the loss of a well liked local Paeroa businessman and father,'' he said.

"The inquiry team is continuing to work through a large amount of information provided to us since his death but we would still like to hear from anyone who may have any information that may assist the enquiry.''

Police are still offering a $50,000 reward for any information or evidence which leads to the conviction of Mr Voudouris' killer.

Anyone with information is urged to contact Paeroa police.


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