$1 million reward announced over deadly 2007 one-punch attack

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The heartbroken parents of a man who died from a one-punch attack in Melbourne's CBD have urged their son's killer to come forward and hand himself in. 9News

The heartbroken parents of a man who died from a one-punch attack in Melbourne's CBD have urged their son's killer to come forward and hand himself in.Shannon McCormack, 22, had just left the Queens Bridge Hotel in Southbank at about 4am on May 27, 2007, when he and his friends clashed with another group of at least three men.A $1 million reward has been announced for information about the death of Shannon McCormack.

"I said once before that when you lose a parent you lose your past when you lose a child you lose your future you lose your grandchildren he didn't just kill our son he killed a whole generation of our family."Police have re-released CCTV that was initially part of a public appeal in 2013, as they seek to identify an unknown man.

 

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