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The Girl Who Loved to Dance

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Kim Barry loved to dance and she had plans to train as a nurse.  Living with her parents in a suburb of Wollongong in New South Wales, Australia, she cared for disabled children in preparation for her future career.

On Friday night, February 6, 1981, Kim’s parents left town overnight, leaving her in charge of her little brother. Kim was usually very responsible, but she also wanted to enjoy her freedom that night. After going to a movie with a girlfriend, the two girls headed to the local disco. Her friend left early, but Kim stayed on to dance and drink some wine.  She was last seen chatting with a man named Graham Potter.

Join us at the quiet end for The Girl Who Loved to Dance. Kim was a kind girl with simple dreams of a nursing career and a family of her own, until one night of freedom put her into the hands of a killer.

Anyone with any information regarding the whereabouts of Graham Gene Potter is asked to contact Crime Stoppers at 1800 333 000 or visit

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Apr 13 2020
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