Terrifying new details revealed by police in the case of women from the same class at school who sent explicit ‘repulsive’ letters containing condoms to their homes
- Women mailed open condoms and letters
- The police assume that it concerns one man who has sent at least 65 letters
- All from the final year of 1999 at the girls’ school of Kilbreda College
New details have emerged about several women who received handwritten letters containing open condoms.
Victoria Police revealed 100 letters were sent to the same 1999 Kilbreda College girls’ school in the Melbourne suburb of Mentone in the past three months.
Each letter contained similar messages sent to the former students who graduated more than twenty years ago.
Police say the women were selected from a self-made yearbook detailing all 160 girls in 1999 graduating year, with their full names, addresses and a photo of them at the time.
Victoria Police have revealed that the 65 women who received 100 letters with sexually explicit content and open condoms were all part of the same 1999 graduating class at Kilbreda College, Mentone (pictured)
Detective Acting Senior Grant Lewis told A Current Affair that the contents of each letter are “sexually explicit, suggestive and repugnant.”
“The messages (in the letter) are very similar, so we know it’s the same person, we just don’t know who that person is,” he said.
Of the 160 former classmates, 65 have received at least one letter, and some women have even sent four separate letters.
Most of these letters were found by the woman’s parents who still lived in the parental home.
The detective says that while all the letters had the same stamp, not all had an open condom and some were typewritten rather than handwritten.
“We are checking with the relevant mail centers to determine if there is a correlation with one or more mail centers,” said Det Lewis.
“Staff have been questioned about collections and research has been conducted into the stamp’s origins to determine where they were purchased, either in bulk or individually, or at a particular point of sale.”
Police say the women were selected from a homemade yearbook (pictured) detailing all 160 girls in 1999 graduating year, with their full names, addresses and a photo of them at the time
The letter contained similar messages with an open condom, mailed to the former students who graduated more than two decades ago
The first incident in which a letter was opened was reported to the police on March 20.
One of the recipients, Bree Walker, said the act was “disturbing” and “creepy.”
“I didn’t sleep the night I received the letter, it really scared me,” Ms Walker told the Announce sun.
“I found out that my friend also received a letter. I then messaged everyone at my year level asking if they had received a letter and I was told seven of them had.’
Ms Walker said the letters contained very explicit messages and “gross stuff” – the writing was similar in all letters.
She said she had no idea who was behind the offensive messages.
“We want this person to stop, it’s disgusting and creepy. We don’t know what they gain with it. It makes a lot of women feel stressed,” she said.
Anyone with information is urged to contact Crime Stoppers.