A brief overview of the circumstances of Craig’s death and the investigation:
- Seven hours after arriving in the holiday resort of Lloret de Mar Spain, Craig Mallon was assaulted and died immediately in the street near to Rockefellers Bar/Nightclub
- This is being treated as homicide
- Despite a major investigation by the Policia de la Generalitat de Catalunya, The Mossos d’Esquadra and since May 2013 a high profile, family-focused appeal, the crime remains undetected
- The homicide of Craig Mallon is detectable. Various potential lines of enquiry remain outstanding and key individuals who could assist identify the culprit or lead to other potential witnesses have not been traced
- It’s known that people from UK, France, Germany and Spain who were in the nearby Rockefellers, Texas and Revolution Disco/Bars and the area where Craig was killed hold vital information and have still not been traced
- This is particularly relevant to the four French men and two Spanish-speaking women whose CCTV images we have published on the various Craig Mallon social media platforms
- This website is intended to generate more information which can assist the investigation – please click on the social media icons at the bottom of each webpage to see current updates
We have published as much information on this website as possible, but have been careful not to include anything which could be perceived as prejudicial to the investigation or the case against the culprits when they are eventually detected.
The key facts and associated appeal points are broadly categorised and discussed under sub-sections as follows:
Craig had travelled to the UK from Australia for his brother Bryan Mallon’s pre-arranged stag weekend in Lloret de Mar, Costa Brava, Spain.
Craig and his nine friends arrived in Lloret de Mar late on Friday 18th May 2012. They stayed at The H-Top Grand Casino Royal, which is only 250 metres from where he was later killed in the street.