In 1978, Frances and Vincent Pease were just children when their older brothers, Michael and Steven, headed out to sea near Eden on the NSW far south coast — and never came home.
- NSW Police are touring the South Coast to collect DNA samples from relatives of missing persons to help solve cold cases
- Family members can provide their DNA in the form of a buccal swab
- There are 34 historic missing persons cases on the South Coast between Nowra and the Victorian border
The Pease brothers were working at sea when their boat, The Shiralee, is thought to have capsized after being struck by a rogue wave at Disaster Bay.
Their bodies were never recovered and, more than 40 years on, Frances and Vincent are still searching for…