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AustraliaPolice search for WA tourist missing after Dwellingup bushwalk

05:00  20 april  2019
05:00  20 april  2019 Source:   watoday.com.au

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© WA Police Chantal, the missing tourist . Police are calling for people to look out for her, and said she might be disorientated and cold. According to Tourism Australia , the Cairns region is the fourth-most-popular destination for international tourists in Australia after Sydney, Melbourne and Brisbane

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Police search for WA tourist missing after Dwellingup bushwalk© Supplied Police are calling for anyone with information on her whereabouts to contact Crime Stoppers. Police are calling for help to locate a missing WA visitor who got lost when bushwalking in the Dwellingup area on Friday.

Chantal, who is on holiday in WA, contacted her friend around 6pm on Thursday to say she was lost.

Police have yet to locate her as of Saturday morning, and asked those in the area to keep an eye out for the missing tourist.

Police search for WA tourist missing after Dwellingup bushwalk© WA Police Chantal, the missing tourist. Police are calling for people to look out for her, and said she might be disorientated and cold.

Temperatures in Dwellingup dropped to a low of 2.3 degrees just after 7am on Saturday morning, with south-south-westerly winds reaching about 33km just after 2am.

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SHOTLIST 1. Resanda Chiu , daughter of the missing tourist , and her friend Joseph Lee coming out of the house boat 2. Both of them talking to Police

Search and book camping. Bushwalking . Lane Poole is a popular destination for bushwalkers with walks of varying length and difficulty including the Island Pool Lane Poole Reserve is a 100-kilometre drive south-east from Perth. The entry station to the park is 7.5 kilometres south of Dwellingup .

Anyone with information is asled to contact police on 131 444, call Crime Stoppers on 1800 333 000 or report online at www.crimestopperswa.com.au.

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