Four men arrested over abduction and suspected death of NSW man

Detectives investigating the abduction and suspected death of a man from his South Windsor home in March this year have today arrested four men.

Brendan Vollmost, 23, was allegedly chased into his yard at Cox Street, South Windsor, about 10.30pm on Tuesday 31 March 2015.

He was later carried into a white Hyundai i30 and driven from the scene. Mr Vollmost has not been seen since and police believe he has been murdered.


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Robbery and Serious Crime Squad detectives have been investigating Mr Vollmost’s disappearance under Strike Force Orander.

About 6am today (Thursday 3 September 2015), strike force detectives assisted by the Public Order and Riot Squad executed search warrants on homes at Lalor Park and Quakers Hill, arresting three men, aged 33, 25 and 25. A fourth man, also aged 25, was arrested during a car stop within the Hawkesbury Local Area Command.

The men have been taken to Quakers Hill, Mt Druitt and Windsor Police Stations where it is anticipated they will be charged with murder.

Strike Force Orander is ongoing and detectives are still seeking information to assist them in locating Mr Vollmost’s body.

They would also like to locate the Hyundai i30 which was used to transport Mr Vollmost on 31 March and has not been seen since.

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