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Australia Inside high-flying life of Jetstar pilot nabbed over missing campers

09:50  24 november  2021
09:50  24 november  2021 Source:   dailymail.co.uk

Photos taken years apart could hold key to missing campers case

  Photos taken years apart could hold key to missing campers case Two Google Maps Images of Jetstar pilot Gregory Lynn's Nissan Patrol 4WD could uncover what happened to two missing campers who vanished in remote wilderness.Jetstar pilot Gregory Lynn, 55, was arrested by heavily armed police in a dramatic operation on Monday in relation to the disappearance of secret lovers Russell Hill, 74, and Carol Clay, 73, who went missing in the Wonnangatta Valley in March 2020.

Police helicopters fly over a East Gippsland campsite before the arrest of Greg Lynn.

Wife of missing camper who ran off with his secret lover breaks her silence as Jetstar pilot is arrested in connection to their disappearance. Russell Hill, 74, and Carol Clay, 73, disappeared while camping in March last year. Gregory Lynn, 55, was apprehended after police put out an appeal for blue 4WD. Witnesses have since come forward with new information that revealed just how difficult - and dangerous - it would have been for the killer to flee the high country on the night the lovers vanished. A motorist, believed to be towing a trailer, was seen driving erratically around midnight after reaching a

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A Jetstar pilot arrested over the mysterious disappearance of two elderly campers had travelled the globe with his glamorous wife and three children.

Daily Mail Australia can reveal the wife of pilot Gregory Lynn was also a Jetstar flight attendant, who in 2019 had become the face of the airline after penning a successful blog offering flight tips for parents.

Gregory Lynn, 55, was apprehended by heavily armed police in a dramatic operation on Monday over the disappearance of secret lovers Russell Hill, 74, and Carol Clay, 73, who went missing during a camping trip in Wonnangatta Valley in March 2020.

Jetstar pilot held over campers' disappearance 'had it all'

  Jetstar pilot held over campers' disappearance 'had it all' The Jetstar pilot arrested over the mysterious disappearance of two elderly campers had been living the Australian dream when police arrested him in the pristine Victorian wilderness. Gregory Lynn, 55, was apprehended by heavily armed police in a dramatic operation on Monday, which saw special operations officers swoop in on two helicopters to make the arrest at a remote campsite in Victoria and seize his vehicle.Daily Mail Australia can reveal Lynn has no previous criminal record and had been grounded at the time the campers went missing due to the Covid-19 pandemic shutting down flights across the planet.

Jetstar pilot arrested over the disappearance of two missing elderly campers . Police are investigating whether the Jetstar pilot arrested over the mysterious disappearance of two elderly campers repainted his 4WD a different colour soon after they vanished. Gregory Lynn, 55, was apprehended by heavily armed police in a dramatic operation on Monday, which saw special operations officers swoop in on two helicopters to make the arrest at a remote campsite in Victoria and seize his vehicle.

Jetstar Pilot Gregory Lynn Caroline Springs Arrested Over Missing Campers Case, Explore His Family Life . Shreejal Maharjan. November 23, 2021. The Jetstar pilot was arrested for further discussion over the sudden disappearance of the pair campers Carol Clay and Russell Hill. The police are questioning him as part of their protocol. The police are actively involved in solving this case. The authorities used helicopters to fly to the High Plains region, part of the Victorian Alps, and arrested Gregory at a campground, near Moroka Road, Arbuckle Junction.

It is understood police had spoken to Greg Lynn last year after identifying his vehicle had been in the area at the time the pair went missing.

Police chief 'confident' missing campers case will be solved 'soon'

  Police chief 'confident' missing campers case will be solved 'soon' Greg Lynn is being questioned by police for a third day following his arrest over the disappearance of campers Russell Hill and Carol Clay.Greg Lynn, 55 is being questioned by police at Sale police station in East Gippsland for a third day following his arrest on Monday.

Jetstar Pilot Arrested. Gregory Lynn was arrested over the disappearance of Victorian campers Carol Clay and Russell Hill in March last year. Police are questioning him following special operations. Yesterday, police used helicopters to fly to the High Plains region, part of the Victorian Alps, and apprehended him at a campground Jill Walker, Ms. Clay's sister, said the case's latest development caught her off guard after so much heartbreak. The man being questioned over disappearance of missing Victorian campers Carol Clay & Russell Hill has been identified as a senior airline pilot .

Jetstar Pilot Arrested. Gregory Lynn was arrested over the disappearance of Victorian campers Carol Clay and Russell Hill in March last year. Police are questioning him following special operations. Yesterday, police used helicopters to fly to the High Plains region, part of the Victorian Alps, and apprehended him at a campground near Moroka Road, Arbuckle Junction. Mr. Lynn has not been charged, but police will argue that his car is the dark blue Nissan Patrol they have been looking for as part of the inquiry. Detectives will claim that Mr. Lynn altered the color of his Nissan Patrol to avoid

Like many of the hundreds of drivers identified by police at the time, Greg Lynn allegedly told detectives he had never laid eyes on them.

He would have hardly have raised suspicions at the time.

For almost 10 years, he had lived trouble free in suburbia when not travelling the world in the cockpit of international aircraft.

In an article published by Mamma Mia in April 2019, Mrs Lynn provided insight into the couple's amazing life and how they came to be together.

The article reveals she met her pilot husband while the pair were working together overseas.

Mr Lynn was already the father of two children, with the couple later having a child of their own together.

'So I had to learn fast how to be a mum but also how to travel with children,' she wrote.

Mrs Lynn described herself as a veteran of three airlines over her career as a flight attendant.

Her husband, an experienced check pilot with Jetstar, had also worked at Qatar Airways.

Hunt for mysterious silver trailer last seen where campers vanished

  Hunt for mysterious silver trailer last seen where campers vanished Detectives investigating the mysterious disappearance of two Victorian campers are asking the public's help to locate a silver 4WD trailer spotted near the campsite but sold shortly after.Jetstar pilot Gregory Lynn, 55, has been held in custody since Monday and is being questioned about the campers, who vanished 20 months ago in Victoria's high country.

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Daily Mail Australia revealed on Wednesday Greg Lynn had no previous criminal record and had been grounded at the time the campers went missing due to the Covid-19 pandemic shutting down flights across the planet.

The family had lived in a comfortable home nestled on a corner overlooking a green reserve in Caroline Springs, west of Melbourne.

On Wednesday afternoon, a teenage boy was seen emerging from the home to get the mail before dashing back inside.

Greg Lynn is believed to be holed up with detectives, who continue to grill him at Sale police station - in Victoria's east - nearly two days after his arrest.

Melanie Lynn is yet to comment on the arrest © Provided by Daily Mail Melanie Lynn is yet to comment on the arrest Melanie Lynn had provided a series of helpful tips for parents travelling with children © Provided by Daily Mail Melanie Lynn had provided a series of helpful tips for parents travelling with children

Neighbours had described the couple as 'lovely', with Mrs Lynn painted as a kind and caring woman who cared for the community as a whole.

It was a motto she held dear in her 2019 blog.

'We do this job because we like to help people,' she wrote.

Mrs Lynn provided parents with a series of helpful tips, drawing on her family's own experience travelling with small children.

Key evidence lost in campers case - despite cops laying murder charge

  Key evidence lost in campers case - despite cops laying murder charge Searches in dense bushland and at the home in Melbourne's west of a man charged with two murders have failed to find a missing DJI Mavic drone.The drone owned by Russell Hill which was thought to be a key to solving the case of the secret lover campers who were killed in Victoria's high country remains missing even after murder charges were laid.

The flight attendant has also shared tips to mainstream media on 'flight attendant beauty hacks'.

'If you travel with a silk pillowcase and slip it over your regular pillow on a long-haul, your skin and hair will stay smooth — not to mention, you'll sleep like a baby because silk pillowcase,' she told 9honey in May 2019.

Other tips included handy ways to ensure you look fresh after a long haul flight.

'While I’m at work I lightly mist my hair with Tresemme hairspray to keep myself looking fresh and keeping the fly-aways at bay. They do a great travel-sized spray,' she said.

Adding: 'Rub some hand cream onto your hands and then lightly run your hands over your hair. That helps harness the fly-aways.'

The sprawling double-storey home includes a backyard perfect for lovers of the outdoors.

An Australia flag sits proudly in a front window of the house facing the sprawling green field.

Jetstar pilot Gregory Lynn chats to neighbour HOURS before arrest

  Jetstar pilot Gregory Lynn chats to neighbour HOURS before arrest Jetstar pilot Gregory Lynn, 55, was arrested on Monday night by heavily-armed specialist police at a remote campsite in Arbuckle Junction, about 280km north-east of Melbourne.Jetstar pilot Gregory Lynn, 55, was arrested on Monday night by heavily-armed specialist police at a remote campsite in Arbuckle Junction, a four-hour drive north-east of Melbourne.

Behind the fence, the experienced outdoorsman keeps bees - his pride and joy.

Mother and son were often noticed sharing goodbyes before he scooted off on his bike to the nearby school, which she was also known to help out at.

It is such adoration of their children Mrs Lynn expressed in her blog for travelling parents.

'Take books and toys; they don’t run out of battery or break if you drop them. Stock up on sticker books, fuzzy felt, invisible ink books and small Lego kits,' she wrote.

'I always said I would never let electronics babysit my children… and then of course I actually had children. Don’t forget the headphones and a portable phone/iPad charger.'

Neighbours told Daily Mail Australia Lynn had been noticeably present during Victoria's six hard lockdowns.

Before then, the Jetstar pilot was usually only seen when he was heading out the door to go bush again - the couple's great joy.

By all accounts the family had been happy, with not a hint of any issues - at least not that neighbours were aware of.

Jetstar - a Qantas subsidiary - has now stood down the senior pilot pending the outcome of the police investigation.

Melanie Lynn was described as 'lovely' by her neighbours © Provided by Daily Mail Melanie Lynn was described as 'lovely' by her neighbours Read more

Hunt for trailer linked to Vic campers .
A silver trailer may have been sold last year by a man arrested over the disappearance of Russell Hill and Carol Clay in Victoria's high country.A 55-year-old Caroline Springs man, who has been held in custody since Monday, is being questioned about the campers, who vanished 20 months ago in the state's high country.

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