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AustraliaLost campers may be bogged, as search continues with help of family and friends

08:15  11 september  2019
08:15  11 september  2019 Source:   9news.com.au

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Lost campers may be bogged, as search continues with help of family and friends© 9News The pair had planned to camp in Baw Baw National Park in West Gippsland. A team of about 20 family and friends have joined police and SES crews as the search for two young missing campers continues.

Caleb Forbes, 22, from Kilsyth and Shannon Lowden, 21, from Lilydale had plans to camp near the Thomson Dam in the Walhalla area, in West Gippsland.

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They have yet to return after six days in the Baw Baw National Park.

Alarms were sounded when Caleb failed to show for work on Sunday and Monday.

Victoria Police Inspector Shane Cashman said search crews needed to cover a very sparse area of bush, over 1000 square kilometres and growing.

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"It wasn't clear actually where they were going to go in there [Baw Baw National Park], it wasn't clear what day they're going to return," Cashman said.

Cashman said he believed the most likely scenario was that the pair had become bogged in trails that are muddy and snow covered.

He said he was confident both campers would be okay if they remained with their vehicle as they had purchased supplies before entering the national park and were equipped with sleeping bags.

The weather has drastically improved with search crews enjoying warmer weather and much improved visibility.

The pair are travelling in a green 1994 Nissan Patrol wagon, registration FQC 467, fitted with a bull bar and roof racks and police are keen to speak to anyone that may have seen the vehicle in the area.

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Desperate friends have started a social media campaign to alert others and share updates.

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"Thank you to the 30+ cars and 10+ bikes of volunteers still helping out with the search!" friend Meagan Farrugia posted yesterday afternoon.

"Warragul police are in charge of investigations and police & SES are set up at Rawson police station - please call ahead if you're planning on heading out to assist with the search."

They are travelling in a green 1994 Nissan Patrol wagon, registration FQC 467 and police are keen to speak to anyone that may have seen the vehicle in the area.

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"Today saw the air wing a large scale search including 4WDs and dirt bikes searching all regions stretching from Rawson to Aberfeldy," Jacob McGee said and in a post shared more than 1000 times.

"All tracks in area have been searched and failed to find any sign. Tomorrow search is pushing further north towards Woodspoint. Fingers crossed tomorrow brings some news.

"Thanks so much to everyone for your support on behalf of Caleb and Shannon's friends and family especially everyone making the effort to get out there."

He added Mr Forbes may be connected and "using UHF ch 69 or ch 40 or below."

Police have released images of Caleb, Shannon and their vehicle in the hope someone may recognise them.

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