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POLICE yesterday enlisted the expertise of a geophysicist with ground-penetrating radar to search for the remains of a man believed to be buried beneath the concrete slab of a Sydney house.

Wednesday, 11 April 2012

 Detectives watched as every centimetre of ground at the home in Excelsior St, Merrylands, was examined with the device in the hope of finding human bones beneath the surface. Investigators suspect the body of Craig Sarac, 24, was buried beneath the slab soon after his disappearance seven years ago. Police will continue the search for two days. The hunt for a Sydney underworld figure who used to own the house will now move to Lebanon. Police suspect he might know something about the disappearance.Mr Sarac, who police said was linked to bikies and underworld identities, went missing from his parents' Auburn home in 2005. Superintendent Phil Rogerson said recent developments had led police to suspect Mr Sarac's body was dumped beneath the slab of the house, which was under construction around the time he vanished. The then-owner of the house, Atef Kanj, moved to Lebanon late last year. Recommended Coverage Dig for Cengiz Sarac's remains begins POLICE will begin to dig up a Merrylands backyard today where they believe the remains of underworld figure Cengiz Sarac are buried. "We would like to speak with the homeowner ... or anyone else who might know something about Mr Sarac," Supt Rogerson said. Police sources revealed Mr Kanj was questioned over the 2006 shooting death of up-and-coming professional boxer Bassam Chami, 26, who was gunned down in a Granville street along with his friend Ibrahim Assad, 27. Police said Mr Kanj is also wanted for questioning by detectives from strike force Felix, set up last October to investigate the growing tensions among bikie gangs around Parramatta. Police sources said there were a number of underworld killings in 2005 and 2006, which were largely drug related, and they suspect Mr Sarac may have become involved. The owners of the Merrylands house, an Asian couple who live there with their son and nephew, knew nothing of the home's possible grisly past until police knocked on their door late last week. Now, they are anxious about returning. "It is very distressing for us ... my aunt and uncle would not have bought this house if they knew this," nephew Antony said. Mr Sarac's family visited the scene of the search yesterday, hoping for much-needed closure.  


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