The investigations into the death of Meghan Cremer are intensifying, and a closer look is being taken into CCTV footage and ATM withdrawals following the discovery of her body. One of the suspects in the murder case includes Jeremy Sias, who was known to Cremer as he grew up on the farm she lived on for five years.

Sias was a farm labourer on the Mohr family farm, where Cremer lived, for most of his life.

It is alleged that Sias came forward and confessed to Cremer’s murder, informing authorities on where to find her body after her disappearance. The other suspects arrested for her murder include Charles Daniels (34) and Shiraaj Jaftha (35).

As reported by IOL, it has been alleged that Sias recently became a member of the Six Bob gang, and that Cremer’s murder may have been part of a gang intiation. Sias goes by the nickname “Bompies”.

Cremer’s body was discovered at a Philippi sand mine at 1am last Thursday after she had gone missing on August 3, and her body was discovered fully-dressed, and with a rope tied around her neck.

Questions arose about the Mohr family’s relationship with Sias after it was discovered that he and the son of Linda Mohr were friends on Facebook.

“Jeremy was born and grew up on one of our family member’s farm in the area alongside ours. He was a labourer on our bottom farm but had no dealings with our stud and livery clients,” Mohr said, explaining the relationship.

Picture: Meghan Cremer/ Facebook

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