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Australia Missing woman prompts Goldfields search with locals urged to check CCTV

16:50  29 september  2019
16:50  29 september  2019 Source:

Crash site of missing plane found in northern NSW, AMSA says

  Crash site of missing plane found in northern NSW, AMSA says The crash site of a plane with two people onboard is found about 27 kilometres west of Coffs Harbour, the Australian Marine Safety Authority says, adding that rescue personnel are trying to access the area from the ground.A search had been underway after a four-seater Mooney M-20 aircraft took off from Murwillumbah at 6:30am on Friday morning and did not arrive as planned at Taree two hours later.

CCTV Monitoring and Armed Response Solutions. I immediately checked our camera footage for the area to see if can find any information useful for our search ,” explains Jean Smith, vice Smith then also contacted the Community Information Centre (CIC) to help in the search for the missing woman .

Police officers searching for a missing woman are urging business owners in Trafford and Stretford to check CCTV footage to help piece together her whereabouts. Kristina Kazluaskaite has not been seen since Wednesday 28th November. It's thought she may have visited shops and businesses in

a woman smiling for the camera: Angela Robertson. © Supplied Angela Robertson.

Police are seeking information regarding the whereabouts of missing 48-year-old woman Angela Robertson, who was last seen in the Kalgoorlie area on Saturday morning.

Angela was last seen about 4am yesterday, and it is believed she is driving a black 2010 Holden Cruze sedan, registration number 1DGI 217.

She is described as fair skinned, about 160cm tall and is of slim build with short red/brown hair.

Concerns are held for Angela’s safety and welfare as her family have not heard from her, and this is out of character.

Kalgoorlie Boulder residents are urged to check their home CCTV or vehicle dash cam footage around the time of the last contact from Angela to assist in identifying which direction Angela travelled in.

Anyone who sees Angela or her vehicle, or who has information regarding her movements since yesterday morning, is asked to call Police immediately on 131 444.

Severed fingertip posted through letterbox .
Sussex Police are searching for a man whose severed fingertip was posted through a letterbox. Officers are investigating the "alarming" incident in the seaside town of Bognor Regis after the body part was reportedly discovered at a family home.Tests have established the fingertip belongs to a man and a DNA profile has been checked against the national DNA and missing persons' database.However the search returned a negative result and the man's identity remains unknown, Sussex Police said.Chief Inspector Jon Carter said the discovery of the fingertip on 10 September was "an unusual and isolated incident".

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