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AustraliaPolice search for WA tourist missing after Dwellingup bushwalk

05:00  20 april  2019
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Car found as search for missing Perth woman enters 11th day

Car found as search for missing Perth woman enters 11th day The search for missing Perth woman Mary Ann Nix has entered its 11th day, with police discovering her car in Bindoon on Wednesday afternoon. © Supplied Mary Ann Nix was last seen on April 1. The 69-year-old was last seen in Bassendean on April 1, about 7am. She was reported missing by her Lockridge neighbours when they became concerned her dogs weren't being cared for. Police on Thursday began searching the area where Ms Nix's car was found in a rural area, near Teatree Road. The location is 70 kilometres north of where Ms Nix was last seen.

Welcome to Dwellingup Police . If you need police assistance call 131444, if it’s an emergency call 000. Twitter is not monitored 24/7. Today Dwelly Police dealt with two juvenile offenders who broke into and stole property from the Hotham Valley Tourist Railway just after Xmas 2018.

Dwellingup is a town in Western Australia , located in a timber and fruitgrowing area in the Darling Range east-south-east of Pinjarra. At the 2011 census, Dwellingup had a population of 383. Townsite lots were surveyed at this place by Surveyor W.F. Rudall in 1909 after the Lands Department became

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.

Search for missing Caboolture man Peter English shifts to Northern Territory

Search for missing Caboolture man Peter English shifts to Northern Territory The search for a missing Queenslander has shifted to a remote corner of the Northern Territory outback, more than two months after he was last seen. © Provided by ABC News Peter English has been missing since February. Caboolture resident Peter English, 37, last made contact with family on February 11 while driving to Mount Isa, in western Queensland. He drove alone in a dark-grey Ford FG Falcon sedan, with the New South Wales licence plate FPV-849. While police initially said Mr English may have gone north to Mackay or returned to the state's south-east, they now believe he crossed the Northern Territory border.

Police are looking for a French tourist following the discovery of an abandoned tent near Lake Macquarie. Campers alerted authorities to the tent and two sleeping bags on Monday morning which had been left unattended for about three days. The items belong to 27-year-old French tourist Sandra

Police are searching for an American tourist , who failed to return from a five-day hike on South Australia 's Kangaroo Island. American Peter Byrne was not at the end of the five-day hike as had been expected, and police are unsure if he commenced the hike or had even arrived on Kangaroo

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

Man missing after Rabbits Eat Lettuce festival ‘may have left on foot’.
Police are searching for a man who has been missing for more than a week after failing to return home from a music festival in Queensland. Bradley Smith, 37, was reported missing on April 23, sparking an extensive search and rescue operation involving police and SES of the Elbow Valley area near Warwick. How To Get A Home Loan With 5% Deposit Find out more on Finder Ad Police now believe Mr Smith may have left the Rabbits Eat Lettuce music festival on foot. The search and rescue operation has been scaled back but police are still trying to verify Mr Smith’s location.

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