Australia Mounted police join search for woman
NSW police arrest husband over Roxlyn Bowie suspected murder cold case
John Bowie is arrested in Brisbane over the suspected murder of his wife Roxlyn, who disappeared from their home in Walgett in northern New South Wales in 1982.Detectives are questioning John Bowie over the disappearance of Roxlyn Bowie from their Walgett home in 1982.
Mounted police and volunteers from the SES have joined the search for a woman missing in dense bushland 100 kilometres east of Adelaide.
Deborah Pilgrim, 55, was last seen around 6am yesterday at a campsite on Pearce Road in the town of Sedan.
It's believed Ms Pilgrim was camping with friends before her disappearance.
Police have told media Ms Pilgrim's family holds grave concerns for her welfare due to a pre-existing medical condition.
Elderly woman dies in hospital after falling out of reversing car in hotel car park
An 80-year-old woman dies in hospital after succumbing to injuries she suffered when falling out of her vehicle in the car park of a hotel on Thursday morning.Police this afternoon said the 80-year-old woman from Piccadilly, in the Adelaide Hills, fell out of the vehicle while it was reversing in the rear car park of a hotel in Stirling.
Ms Pilgrim is described as being Caucasian, of slim build, 163cm tall and weighing approximately 55 kilograms.
She was last seen wearing blue jeans and a black shirt.
South Australian Police have urged the public to help locate Ms Pilgrim, with sightings of her to be reported to local authorities on 131 444.
Woman spat on, knocked out by man who refused to pick up dog's waste .
Police say the man spat on the woman and punched her in the face, causing her to fall to the ground unconscious. The man, described as Caucasian with an olive complexion, and about 180cm tall, was last seen walking towards Second Avenue with his dog, a grey American Staffy.He was wearing a yellow top, dark pants, and no shoes.The woman was taken to hospital.Police are appealing for any witnesses, or anyone with CCTV or dashcam video of the area, to contact police via Policelink on 131 444.
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