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Sarah Spiers’ final phone call played to WA Supreme Court

The last phone call made by Sarah Spiers has been played to the WA Supreme Court.

Ms Spiers went missing early on January 27, 1996 and her body has never been recovered.

The phone call to Swan Taxis was played as opening statements were being heard on the first day of the trial for the man accused of carrying out the Claremont Serial Killings.

Bradley Edwards is in court in person as the state prosecution delivers their opening statements — expected to take a number of days, before the defence have their turn.

50-year-old Mr Edwards is accused of abducting and killing Sarah Spiers, Jane Rimmer, and Ciara Glennon from the Claremont area in the mid-nineties.

Their families are in the court room today – the trial continues.

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