This week Melbournians have once again been saturated in media coverage of a criminal investigation.
The case of Siraboon Bung first came into the spotlight in 2011 when the primary school girl went missing on her way to school.
Police have allegedly found evidence in regards to the case and are in the process of carrying out a large search investigation.
There is no doubt that the rise of social media has seen an increase in the amount of intricate details that are released to the public. However, at some point it must be asked how much information is too much?
Do we really need to know what brand of machinery is being used to dig up dirt and cut down trees in the suspected crime location?
Personally I felt uncomfortable with the number of tweets published by numerous crime reporters on Twitter these last few days.
How many tweets are too many tweets?