John Campbell Kerr Wiki – John Campbell Kerr Biography

The Noosa community came together on Sunday morning to pay tribute to an 87-year-old man who died after being violently attacked on a morning walk last week. John Campbell Kerr was found in Noosa’s Hastings Street last Sunday morning with serious head injuries after what police described as a random attack.

Bystanders tried to help him before paramedics arrived, but he died at the scene. David Knechtli has lived in Tewantin, a suburb of Noosa, for 40 years and walks Hastings Street every morning at the same time as Kerr. He said the community was in shock, with some saying the attack was “typical” or that violence was “in every street.”

John Campbell Kerr Age

The age of John Campbell Kerr was 87 year.


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John Campbell Kerr cause of death

“I’ve walked at 5 o’clock and 4:30 in the morning almost 365 days a year for the last four years,” he said. “I’ve never come across any of that. I just thought we could turn the negative into a positive by reclaiming our streets saying, ‘Let’s all walk, we’re not going to be afraid, we’re not going to be intimidated.'”

Knechtli said a post he made on social media started gaining popularity, then people started supporting the Noosa Memorial Walk event. “I think our community is great, but when something like this happens, it shakes us to the core, and for good reason,” he said. “We have to use our senses: when we walk early in the morning, take a flashlight. Police will also continue to call witnesses by spending time in Hastings Street on Sunday.

A person of interest was detained after the attack and police said the person was assisting with the investigation. No charges have been filed. Police also released CCTV footage of the area this week. In the video, a man can be seen walking down a beachfront path at 6 a.m. Sunday. He is wearing a blue hoodie, shorts, thongs, and a hat.


The footage also shows three vehicles driving down Hastings Street early on Sunday morning: a dark colored sedan at 5:11am. m., a white Toyota Corolla at 5:37 a.m. m. and a dark green Holden Commodore at 5:47 AM. m. Police believe that the people in the vehicles may have seen something that could help with the investigation.Read More…….

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