A major breakthrough for Police investigating the 1994 NCA bombing.
A 61 year old man has been charged with murder and attempted murder following a sweeping review of the case.
It follows a 2.5 year investigation of new lines of inquiry that involved Police, Australian Criminal Intelligence Commission and Forensic Science SA.
A reward of a million dollars has been issued for information that leads to a conviction.
SA Police issued this statement a moment ago -
SA Police have arrested a man today and charged him with murder and attempted murder following a review and additional investigation of the 1994 National Crime Authority (NCA) bombing.
The accused, 61, is expected to appear in the Adelaide Magistrates Court later today.
Today's arrest follows a two-and-a-half year investigation by SA Police, the Australian Criminal Intelligence Commission and Forensic Science SA, along with a review of the evidence gathered by the Director of Public Prosecutions.
At 9.15am on Wednesday 2 March, 1994 a bomb exploded at the NCA office in the CPS Credit Union Building on Waymouth St, killing Detective Sergeant Geoffrey Bowen and causing injuries to Peter Wallis, a lawyer employed by the NCA.
Task Force Cornus, led by the SA Police Major Crime Investigation Branch, has been active since September 2015 reviewing the case and pursing new lines of inquiry.
A reward of $1m has been issued for information leading to the conviction of the person/s responsible for this crime. There is also the potential for immunity to be offered to those not directly involved in the murder.
Anyone with information about the bombing should call Crime Stoppers on 1800 333 000 or report online