A missing Perth teen’s body has been found under a concrete slab.

Aaron Pajich, 18, who suffered with Asperger’s syndrome went missing on June 13. He was allegedly murdered after travelling to meet with two people from a gaming website. He was found buried in a shallow grave under a newly-laid concrete slab, reports 9 News.

Yesterday police said two women aged 42 and 25 years had been charged with murder, after his body was discovered at the rear of a residence on Broughton Way in Orelia on Tuesday.

His mother, Sharon Pajich has described her son as a “loving boy” in an interview with Perth Now.

“He was a very good boy and he would never have hurt anyone,” she said.

“He respected life and everything else . . . he enjoyed school.”

She has also passed on words of warning for other parents.

“Watch what your kids do online, no matter what age they are, and watch who they talk to,” she told 9NEWS.

“Be aware that this is what could happen.

“I’m in shock, it’s hard to say anything without emotions running high.”

Detective Senior Sergeant Dave Gorton of the Major Crime Squad said the women lived at the house and revealed Pajich knew at least one of his alleged attackers.

“Aaron and at least one of the accused studied at the same educational facility in Kwinana,” Det Snr Sgt Gorton told reporters.

Online safety tips for teens.

  • Never give out personal details that would identify who I am, such as my name, address, phone number, school or photographs.
  • Tell a parent or teacher if I see any bad language or pictures on the Internet, or if anyone writes me anything I don’t like.
  • Do not reply to any messages or bulletin board items that are suggestive, obscene, aggressive, or distressing.
  • Do not use bad language online, neither will I take part in arguments or fights online.
  • Do not accept any offers of money or presents, even free offers.
  • Never order anything online or give out credit card details.
  • Do not enter chat rooms and websites that I have agreed with my parents are off-limits.
  • Do not arrange any face-to-face meetings with anyone I have met on the Internet unless my parents consent and they accompany me.

RIP, our thoughts are with family and friends.

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  • What a heartbreaking story. I can’t even imagine what it would feel like to have such an experience. I appreciate the online tips, as I have a teenage daughter. We check her electronics often, but these tips are so important for her to know and be aware of also.


  • OMG My prays go out for the mother, I’m sure the judge will give those women a lengthy sentence; yet nothing will bring back her beautiful son. Such a shame and loss.


  • This is just so awful. R.I.P.


  • This was a very bad situation he shouldn’t have died this way


  • A very sad story,our thoughts are with the family.R.I.P.


  • How tragic for this family. Poor mother. Thoughts are with the family.


  • So close to home and hard to believe that this happened so close to here. It would seem at times that the ones we trust are not safest ones to be with. To all those that turned up for the candle light vigil , it was great to see such a turn out. Please keep an eye on your children.


  • Horrible thing to have happened – feel so much sorrow for his mum. RIP young man.
    Yes, we must always watch what our children are doing on the net – keep the devices in the lounge room where all can see and it will probably deter them from doing the wrong thing.


  • Its so hard to understand the reasoning behind a crime like this.
    I just dont know how someone could take anothers life and then continue to live theirs.


  • disgusting, hope they rot in hell


  • This is so sad. Another young life taken too soon. Rip mate.


  • seriously what is the world coming to – why murder him and then bury him in your own backyard!

    Thank you for a timely reminder of how to keep our children safe on line

    condolences to Aaron’s family and friends. may he rest in peace


  • What a terrible thing to happen to such a beautiful young life. My deepest sympathy goes to the family in their loss. I wish you peace in this time of loss for your family. God bless.


  • That poor boy, his poor family.


  • Oh, poor boy! What a horrible way to die! :-(


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