A Californian police force has written and produced a six-episode of “real crime” podcast in the hope of the intensification of a potential worldwide manhunt for the millionaire Peter Chadwick, who allegedly murdered his wife in 2012 and disappeared while free on $1 million bail.
(Newport Beach Police via Associated Press)
The police in California are in the lot, a six-part true crime podcast will lead to the capture of a millionaire fugitive suspected of killing his wife.
The Newport Beach Police Department announced “Countdown to Capture” this week, which describes how Peter Chadwick was a suspect in his wife’s 2012 murder and went from a business and family man, a wanderer.
“Peter can be anywhere in the world,” Newport Beach Police Chief Jon Lewis said at a press conference Wednesday. “He has the financial resources to avoid the restrictions of his travels, and he has every opportunity to hide his tracks. We want to spread the picture and the story of his crimes far and wide. We want everyone to be looking for Peter Chadwick.”
Over two weeks, the police department let the podcast is six 15-minute episodes.
The Los Angeles Times reported that the authorities also announced a $ 100,000 reward for information that leads to Chadwick’s capture. The reward is financed by a mix of private donors, the city of Newport Beach, and U. S. Marshals Service, list Chadwick as one of the 15 most wanted fugitives.
Officials say Chadwick and his wife Quee Choo Chadwick, 46, vanished from their home in the prosperous city on the coast on Oct. 10, 2012.
The police became involved when two of the couple’s three sons left to wait for a ride home from school.
Chadwick 911 from San Diego the next day and said Quee – known as V. C., was killed by a handyman who kidnapped him and brought the body together.
The police became suspicious and Chadwick was arrested. Quee ‘ s body was found a week later in a trash bin in San Diego.
Chadwick was released on $1 million bond in December 2012 and 13 made in the courtroom for not appears for another in 2015. A naturalized AMERICAN citizen who was born in the United Kingdom, Chadwick had his British and American passports seized when he made the bail.
“Peter Chadwick has a great deal of money at his disposal,” a spokeswoman for the police said. “If you listen to the podcast you will find that he was able to empty millions of dollars from bank accounts that he had access to, to take advances on credit cards.”
“Peter Chadwick has a great deal of money at his disposal. If you listen to the podcast you will find that he was able to empty millions of dollars from bank accounts that he had access to, to take advances on credit cards.”
– Police spokeswoman
Chadwick has covered his tracks are good and all leads to his whereabouts have been exhausted, ” she said.
Even without his passport, Chadwick may still have been able to leave the country, authorities believe. A search of his home produced a number of books about how someone can change their identity and life on the run.
“We leave no stone unturned until Peter Chadwick has been behind bars,” U. S. Marshal David Singer told reporters.
The Associated Press contributed to this report.