Related: US man offers $660,000 to find killer of his gay brother in AustraliaHis brother, in particular, fought for over three decades to find those responsible for what had happened.

Steve Johnson has paid over AUS$1million ($660,000) of his own money on private investigations into what happened to Scott. He knew his brother as a “proud” gay man, and the area in which he died was a gay cruising spot, where other men had been victims of hate-related crimes.In 2020, Steve pledged an additional AUS$1million ($660,000) reward to anyone who might come forward with information.

This matched a figure already on offer from cops. That AUS$2million bounty reawakened interest in the cold case.An informant tipped off the police, which led to the arrest of a suspect.Related: Police arrest suspect in 30 year old case of murder of a gay manIn May 2021, Scott White, 49, was charged with the killing of Johnson.