Mystery continues

NSW Police are no closer to finding out why a Boorowa man was killed  in his home early last month.

Detectives have today renewed their appeal into the suspicious death of Barry Lowe, 66. The victim was found on the kitchen floor of his home in Boorowa by a family member on Wednesday November 7.

He had suffered a number of injuries to his head and upper body and had died at the scene.

The Homicide Squad is investigating Mr Lowe's death under Strike Force Menchin with the assistance of Cootamundra Local Area Command.

Detective Inspector Angelo Memmolo from the Homicide Squad said police had canvassed the entire township of Boorowa, but had not been able to determine why Mr Lowe was targeted.

"Boorowa is a small, tight-knit community and this incident has caused great concern to the residents here," Detective Memmolo said.

"We are continuing to work closely with the community and are hopeful that someone will come forward with the information that will allow us to progress this investigation."

Anyone with information about this incident should call Crime Stoppers on 1800 333 000 or use the Crime Stoppers online reporting page: Information provided will be treated in the strictest of confidence. NSW Police remind people they should not report crime information via its Facebook and Twitter pages.

Barry Lowe was killed in his Boorowa home on November 7.

Barry Lowe was killed in his Boorowa home on November 7.