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Matthew De Gruchy murdered his mum and siblings so violently they resembled crash victims, wiping out most of his family without any explanation. Now more than 20 years later, one of Australia’s most violent teen killers is being released from jail. The 41-year-old has been deemed fit for release\r\nMatthew De Gruchy told police he had been at his girlfriend’s place and came home on the morning of March 13, 1996 to find his family dead. But homicide detectives didn’t believe him. Three months after the triple murder that shocked Australia, the sole surviving De Gruchy child was charged with murder.\r\nnews, latest-news, Matthew De Gruchy, murder, Illawarra, Wollongong City Library, police, Albion Park Rail, family, parole\r\nTEEN KILLER: Matthew De Gruchy, pictured in custody (top left); at the funeral of his murdered family members (right) and alongside Wayne, Jennifer, Adrian and Sarah. Now aged 38, the date and terms of De Gruchy’s release were to be decided at a private parole hearing on Thursday, however the case was stood over to May 25.\r\nTriple murderer Matthew De Gruchy has been working at an abattoir in country NSW as he prepares for his permanent release from prison. Twenty-one years after he killed three of his four family ...\r\nIn March 1996, teenager Matthew De Gruchy bludgeoned his family to death in a frenzied attack in NSW. Twenty-three years later, he is set to be released from prison as a 41-year-old man.\r\nThe letter contained the usual pleasantries, Matthew De Gruchy wishing the family well. But the letter also reportedly contained some lines suggesting things would change for the family that has shied away from the spotlight since the brutal slayings south of Wollongong.\r\nMatthew De Gruchy during his trial. Credit: Kirk Gilmour . Detectives who spent three months gathering evidence to put De Gruchy behind bars can only guess about what sparked this evil. It was a Wednesday morning in March 1996 when De Gruchy ran outside "in a bad way", frantically calling for help.\r\nDirected by Greg Swanborough, Philip Swain. With Lisa McCune, Andrew Barton, Jessica Brims, Rebecca Defina. On the 13th March 1996, a quiet suburban street in Warilla, New South Wales would become a crime scene when three residents of one house are murdered. On the surface, it appeared to be a robbery gone wrong, but the evidence found by the ...\r\nMatthew De Gruchy, 38, had his work release and day leave approved to work inside Junee Abattoir, which processes lamb for all NSW Woolworths stores. In 1996, then 18-year-old De Gruchy bludgeoned his mother and two younger siblings to death in the family's Albion Park Rail home in NSW.\r\n