Aussie Police News Wrap for Monday, 03/04/2017 – Day Shift Reports

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Bringing you up to date with the news released by all Australian Police agencies on Monday, 03/04/2017.

The following are media releases from the past 24 hours by their respective agencies, beginning with the most recent article.

Divers to join Tweed River search operation

New South Wales Police on Monday, 03/04/2017 18:44 AEST

Police divers are due to join the search operation after a vehicle entered the Tweed River, near Tumbulgum in northern NSW.

Emergency services were called to Dulguigan Road about 1.40pm today (Monday 3 April 2017) after a child, who was travelling in the vehicle, was able to escape and raise the alarm with residents at a nearby property.

Three other people were understood to be in the vehicle at the time it entered the water.

Boats using sonar equipment located the vehicle about five metres from the northern river bank around 3.25pm today.

That child is being cared for by family members.

Read the rest at New South Wales Police (142 words)

Two men arrested following Park Orchards pursuit

Victoria Police on Monday, 03/04/2017 18:04 AEST

Maroondah Crime Investigation Unit detectives have arrested two men following a series of incidents today.

Police spotted a stolen black Porsche allegedly driving erratically near Victoria Street in Doncaster about 12.30pm.

The Porsche was then sighted in Eltham about 12.45pm.

A 33-year-old Blackburn man, who is believed to have been the passenger, ran from the car and was arrested by police a short time later at Main Road, Eltham.

The Porsche was then allegedly observed speeding along Reynolds Road, Templestowe about 1.40pm.

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Man seriously injured – traffic crash Springwood

Queensland Police Service on Monday, 03/04/2017 17:27 AEST

A 51-year-old man has suffered life threatening injuries after a serious traffic crash on the M1 at Springwood earlier today.

The incident occurred around 10.25am, when the driver lost control of his truck on the southbound lanes of the M1, colliding with a concrete barrier.

The driver was thrown from the vehicle and sustained serious life threatening injuries.

He was transported to the Princess Alexandra Hospital where he has undergone surgery.

Officers from the Forensic Crash Unit are investigating the cause of the crash.

If you have information for police, contact Policelink on 131 444 or provide information using the online form 24hrs per day.

You can report information about crime anonymously to Crime Stoppers, a registered charity and community volunteer organisation, by calling 1800 333 000 or via crimestoppersqld.com.au 24hrs per day.

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Source: Queensland Police Service (141 words)

Vehicle located in Tweed River sparks police operation

New South Wales Police on Monday, 03/04/2017 16:29 AEST

A police operation is underway to recover the three occupants of a vehicle that entered the Tweed River, near Tumbulgum in northern NSW, this afternoon.

Boats using sonar equipment located the vehicle about five metres from the northern river bank around 3.25pm (Monday 3 April 2017).

Emergency services were called to Dulguigan Road about 1.40pm after a child, who was travelling in the vehicle, was able to escape and raise the alarm with residents at a nearby property.

That child is now being cared for by family members.

Local road closures are in place near the crash site.

Read the rest at New South Wales Police (99 words)

Homicide, Holland Park West

Queensland Police Service on Monday, 03/04/2017 16:18 AEST

A man is assisting police with their enquiries after a man was fatally stabbed at Holland Park West today.

Initial investigations indicate around 3pm the two men were involved in a verbal argument at a residence on Birdwood Road when one produced a knife, stabbing the other in the abdomen before fleeing on foot.

The man was located nearby a short time later.

A 43-year-old man was declared deceased at the scene.

Police are appealing for any witnesses to contact them.

Investigations are ongoing.

If you have information for police, contact Policelink on 131 444 or provide information using the online form 24hrs per day.

You can report information about crime anonymously to Crime Stoppers, a registered charity and community volunteer organisation, by calling 1800 333 000 or via crimestoppersqld.com.au 24hrs per day.

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Source: Queensland Police Service (141 words)

Vision: Two handguns and drugs seized during OMCG raids, Logan

Queensland Police Service on Monday, 03/04/2017 16:08 AEST

Please have released vision of raids conducted on March 30 by Taskforce Maxima officers which resulted in the seizure of firearms, drugs and cash.

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If you have information for police, contact Policelink on 131 444 or provide information using the online form 24hrs per day.

Source: Queensland Police Service (48 words)

Two handguns and drugs seized during OMCG raids, Logan

Queensland Police Service on Monday, 03/04/2017 15:58 AEST

Police from Taskforce Maxima Brisbane have charged four people, including one Bandido member with a series of drug and property offences after search warrants were executed in Logan.

On March 30, detectives executed search warrants on addresses in Marsden and Loganlea where they allegedly uncovered two handguns, ammunition, drugs, cash and OMCG paraphernalia.

A 39-year-old man was charged with one count of fail to comply with direction.

A 20-year-old man was charged with two counts of possess dangerous drugs, and one count each of supply dangerous drugs, possess anything used in commission of a crime, possess tainted property and possess drug utensils.

A 20-year-old woman has been charged with one count of possess tainted property.

A 52-year-old man has been charged with one count each of possess dangerous drugs, possess anything used in commission of a crime and possess drug utensil.

They are all due to appear at Beenleigh Magistrates Court on May 17.

Investigations are ongoing in relation to the concealable firearms.

‘The seizure of firearms and dangerous drugs from OMCG and Organised Crime Gangs remain a high priority of QPS and Taskforce Maxima,” Detective Inspector Phillip Stevens said.

If you have information for police, contact Policelink on 131 444 or provide information using the online form 24hrs per day.

You can report information about crime anonymously to Crime Stoppers, a registered charity and community volunteer organisation, by calling 1800 333 000 or via crimestoppersqld.com.au 24hrs per day.

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Source: Queensland Police Service (247 words)

UPDATE – Search for missing bushwalker

Queensland Police Service on Monday, 03/04/2017 15:29 AEST

Police are continuing in their efforts to search for a 65-year-old Brisbane man reported missing in the Lamington National Park area since the morning of March 29.

Initial inquiries indicate the man was walking with a large sightseeing group when he failed to return to the pre-arranged meeting point.

Police hold concerns for his welfare due to his lack of clothing and supplies. Police have conducted searches over the last few days around the Lamington National Park, Green Mountain and Binna Burra tracks without success.

Search and Rescue Coordinator, Senior Sergeant Glenn Ryder said that extreme weather from ex-cyclone Debbie initially hampered searchers in locating the missing person.

“It’s been rough terrain to cover due to the weather conditions, we had mud and other debris to clear before we were able to access the area. The weather is also impeding our ability for an aerial search but we hope to get the helicopters up shortly.”

“We are in constant contact with the man’s family providing them support during this uncertain time.” Senior Sergeant Ryder said.

The search comprises of over 40 personnel including local Rangers, Police and SES members.

The weather continues to provide challenges for the search.

If you have information for police, contact Policelink on 131 444 or provide information using the online form 24hrs per day.

You can report information about crime anonymously to Crime Stoppers, a registered charity and community volunteer organisation, by calling 1800 333 000 or via crimestoppersqld.com.au 24hrs per day.

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Source: Queensland Police Service (255 words)

Assault – Elizabeth Quay

Western Australia Police on Monday, 03/04/2017 15:27 AEST

Perth Detectives are seeking information to assist with their investigation into an assault that occurred at Elizabeth Quay on Saturday, 1 April 2017.

At around 10:30pm, a large group of people (approximately 20) were outside a bar when several people within the group were involved in a physical altercation which resulted in two men being knocked unconscious. The victims were further assaulted by four men whilst they were on the ground.

One victim received a laceration to his head which required several staples to close. The second victim, a 21 year old man, is currently in Sir Charles Gairdner Hospital with facial injuries.

A number of people were in the area at the time of the incident and Detectives would like to speak to anyone who saw the assault or who filmed the incident on their mobile phones.

Read the rest at Western Australia Police (138 words)

Looters targeting flood victims

New South Wales Police on Monday, 03/04/2017 14:29 AEST

The residents of Lismore have suffered loss of life, loss of property and emotional turmoil from the recent flood events across Northern NSW. Haven’t they suffered enough without individuals stealing what items they have left!

Police have arrested one man for theft and intimidation and moved on 16 other people from the Lismore CBD over the past 24 hours as a result of reports of looting in the township.

A 41-year-old man from Jiggi was issued with a Court Attendance Notice for allegedly stealing property and intimidating locals who confronted the man. This man will appear in Lismore Local Court on the 7 May 2017.

Richmond LAC Crime Manager, Detective Chief Inspector Cameron Lindsay said, “It appears some people believe flood damaged property equals ‘you can help yourself’ to whatever you like. Residents are purely moving items outside to clean them off and return them inside businesses or homes and due to this activity are now becoming victims of theft.

Many of the 16 people who were reported as acting suspiciously in the CBD were eyeing off residents property which was not being discarded. Lismore residents should report those people who are acting suspiciously or are seen to steal items not belonging to them to police.

Read the rest at New South Wales Police (254 words)

Melbourne laptop theft

Victoria Police on Monday, 03/04/2017 14:05 AEST

Police are investigating the theft of laptops and projectors from an address in Flinders Lane last month.

It is believed a man and woman entered the premises via an unlocked fire escape door on 13 March.

Both are alleged to have entered rooms on level two of the building and removed a number of boxes containing laptops and projectors.

The female was wearing a black jacket, light blue jeans, navy/white baseball cap and pink thongs.

A 28-year-old man has been charged with burglary and theft relating to this incident.

Read the rest at Victoria Police (141 words)

Historical indecent treatment charges, Noosa

Queensland Police Service on Monday, 03/04/2017 13:50 AEST

Detectives from the Noosa Child Protection Investigation Unit have charged a man with historical indecent treatment offences.

It will be alleged the incidents took place in the mid-1990s.

A 67-year-old Noosa man has been charged with six counts of indecent treatment of a child under 16.

He is due to appear in Noosa Magistrates Court on April 18.

If you have information for police, contact Policelink on 131 444 or provide information using the online form 24hrs per day.

You can report information about crime anonymously to Crime Stoppers, a registered charity and community volunteer organisation, by calling 1800 333 000 or via crimestoppersqld.com.au 24hrs per day.

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Source: Queensland Police Service (115 words)

Unlawful Entry Charges – Alice Springs

Northern Territory Police on Monday, 03/04/2017 13:20 AEST

Northern Territory Police have charged a 25-year-old male following a series of property crimes in Alice Springs.

Detective Superintendent Michael White said that the man allegedly unlawfully entered three properties between 26 and 31 March 2017.

“On 26 and 27 March, police allege the offender unlawfully entered a business on Mueller Street and stole a quantity of cash and other items,” he said.

“On 28 March, it is further alleged that the offender unlawfully entered a residence on Stuart Terrace and stole a number of items including computer equipment and a mountain bike.

“On 31 March the offender was arrested.”

He was charged with:

Source: Northern Territory Police (104 words)

Charges after homeless man allegedly assaulted – Byron Bay

New South Wales Police on Monday, 03/04/2017 12:44 AEST

A man will appear in court today after allegedly assaulting a homeless man in Byron Bay yesterday.

About 10.30pm (Sunday 2 April 2017), a 29-year-old homeless man was sleeping on a bench in Apex Park when he was approached by a man who demanded money.

The man allegedly assaulted the homeless man, kicking and stomping on his head a number of times.

Witnesses went to assist the injured man and emergency services were called.

The injured man was taken to Byron District Hospital where he was treated for a large cut to the back of his head.

Read the rest at New South Wales Police (144 words)

Cross Border Team – Cannabis Charges – Central Australia

Northern Territory Police on Monday, 03/04/2017 12:31 AEST

The Cross Border Team has charged a 58-year-old man with supplying a commercial quantity of cannabis.

“The man was apprehended in a declared Drug Detection Area just south of Erldunda on Saturday 1 April,” Detective Sergeant Andrew Bedwell said.

“The vehicle was searched using drug detection dog Jessie and police seized four kilograms of cannabis.”

The man was charged with supply cannabis Schedule 2 (commercial quantity).

He was remanded in custody and will appear in the Alice Springs Court today.

“The Cross Border Team will continue to target the transport of illicit substances into remote communities, further protecting vulnerable members of these communities,” Detective Sergeant Bedwell said.

Source: Northern Territory Police (107 words)

Robbery – Ashburton Drive Gosnells

Western Australia Police on Monday, 03/04/2017 12:15 AEST

The male may be able to assist in relation to a robbery offence which occurred on Ashburton Drive, Gosnells between 8.20pm and 8.40pm on Sunday 19 March 2017.

The male is described as approximately 175 cm tall, of a slim build with shaved black hair containing a patch of longer hair on the rear and he has a tattoo on the right side of his neck.

Police have released a composite image of a man who they believe can assist them with their investigation.

Read the rest at Western Australia Police (84 words)

Indecent assault – Merrylands

New South Wales Police on Monday, 03/04/2017 12:14 AEST

A man has been charged with indecent assault after an incident at a business in Merrylands.

About 1.20pm on Saturday (1 April 2017), police were called to a business on McFarlane Street, Merrylands, following reports of an assault.

Police have been told that a woman was allegedly receiving a massage, when she was indecently assaulted by a male employee.

Officers from Holroyd Local Area Command attended and launched an investigation into the incident.

As a result of inquiries, about 6.50pm yesterday (Sunday 2 April 2017), a 40-year-old man was arrested at Merrylands Police Station.

Read the rest at New South Wales Police (114 words)

Firearm licence holders to be contacted regarding fees

Victoria Police on Monday, 03/04/2017 12:03 AEST

Victoria Police is in the process of contacting about 2500 firearm licence holders who may have been incorrectly overcharged or undercharged for licence fees.

An internal review has found that since as early as 1997, Victoria Police has been incorrectly overcharging and undercharging people a fee when applying for or renewing a second firearm licence.

Under the Firearms Act 1996 and Firearms Regulations 2008, licence fees for new and renewal applications can be waived or discounted in a number of circumstances, including when licences are issued for primary production reasons, or when a Category A, A/B or C licence holder is applying for a second licence within these categories.

Superintendent Paul Millett from the Licensing and Regulation Division said the error had not resulted in anyone having a licence without the correct assessment for genuine need and suitability being completed; it was simply about fees for approved licences.

He said that the error dated back to interpreting the complex fee structure and fee waivers set out in the legislation some 20 years ago.

Read the rest at Victoria Police (352 words)

New Commissioner welcomes falling crime statistics

New South Wales Police on Monday, 03/04/2017 11:29 AEST

NSW Police Commissioner, Michael Fuller APM has welcomed the latest crime figures released today by the Bureau of Crime Statistics and Research (BOCSAR).

Of the 17 major offences, covering the 24 months to December 2016, six recorded a significant downward trend, 10 remained stable and one – steal from retail store – increased.

Commissioner Fuller said the hard work and tenacity of police officers is paying off through crime being driven down and staying down.

BOCSAR noted steal from retail store has been trending upwards for six successive quarters with most incidents occurring at supermarkets, department stores, and shopping complexes.

The significant drop in six of the major categories include:

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Witnesses sought to fatal truck crash at Wilton

New South Wales Police on Monday, 03/04/2017 11:00 AEST

Investigators are appealing for witnesses to come forward, as investigations continue into a fatal truck crash at Wilton.

About 5am on Friday 24 March 2017, a car carrier and a b-double truck crashed on Picton Road, Wilton, causing one of the trucks to roll and catch fire.

A 32-year-old Goulburn man, who was driving the b-double, and a 39-year-old Oakdale man, who was driving the car carrier, died at the scene.

Officers from the Crash Investigations Unit established a crime scene and inquiries into the crash are continuing.

Investigators are urging anyone with information, or anyone who witnessed the crash or saw the vehicles prior to the crash that have not yet spoken to police, to call Crime Stoppers.

Read the rest at New South Wales Police (119 words)

Armed robbery charges– Surfers Paradise

Queensland Police Service on Monday, 03/04/2017 10:10 AEST

Police have charged a 35-year-old man following an alleged armed robbery and wounding incident in Surfers Paradise around 9.30pm on Friday (March 31).

It will be alleged that the man robbed a 23-year-old man of personal items at knifepoint on Cypress Avenue.

Two friends of the victim chased the man to Ferny Avenue where an alleged altercation ensued resulting in the duo receiving minor cuts to their hands and arms, before the offender left the scene.

A 35-year-old Surfers Paradise man has been charged with one count of armed robbery and is due to appear in the Southport Magistrates Court on April 18.

If you have information for police, contact Policelink on 131 444 or provide information using the online form 24hrs per day.

You can report information about crime anonymously to Crime Stoppers, a registered charity and community volunteer organisation, by calling 1800 333 000 or via crimestoppersqld.com.au 24hrs per day.

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Man dies in hospital following Avonmore crash

Victoria Police on Monday, 03/04/2017 10:01 AEST

A man has died in hospital following a single-vehicle crash in Avonmore in February.

It is believed a man was travelling south along Barnadown-Elmore Road when he swerved to avoid colliding with a kangaroo and hit a tree about 7am on Tuesday 27 February.

The driver and sole occupant of the vehicle, a 40-year-old Elmore man was treated in hospital for injuries sustained in the crash.

Sadly, he died in hospital on 22 March.

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Man Charged With Bag Stealing Series in Launceston CBD

Tasmania Police on Monday, 03/04/2017 09:35 AEST

The charged man will appear at 2:15pm today in the Launceston Magistrates Court.

Anyone with information relating to this matter is asked to contact Crime Stoppers on 1800 333 000 or crimestopperstas.com.au (they just need your info and not your name).

Police remind people to be watchful of their bags and other valuable items when sitting in public areas.

The post Man Charged With Bag Stealing Series in Launceston CBD appeared first on Tasmania Police.

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Police appeal following armed robbery – Penrith

New South Wales Police on Monday, 03/04/2017 09:29 AEST

Editor’s note: A picture of the car will be uploaded to the NSW Police Force Facebook page

Police are investigating an armed robbery in Penrith this morning.

Emergency services were called to Hope Street, Penrith, about 7.30am (Monday 3 April 2017), following reports of a robbery.

Police have been told that a woman was walking along Hope Street when she was approached by a man, who threatened her with a knife before stealing her car.

The man was last seen driving away in a silver Ford Falcon XR6.

Read the rest at New South Wales Police (188 words)

Helicopter Rescue of Injured Fisherman from Vessel in Storm Bay

Tasmania Police on Monday, 03/04/2017 08:55 AEST

A 33 year old man from Garden Island Creek was treated for serious hand injuries before being winched from the vessel and flown to the Royal Hobart Hospital.

The post Helicopter Rescue of Injured Fisherman from Vessel in Storm Bay appeared first on Tasmania Police.

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Two-vehicle crash – Pennant Hills

New South Wales Police on Monday, 03/04/2017 03:14 AEST

Just after 10.30pm (Sunday 2 April 2017), emergency services were called to Pennant Hills Road and Railway Street, following reports of a crash between a car and a four-wheel drive.

The female driver and male passenger in the car, both in their 70s, were trapped for some time before they were released.

Both were taken to Royal North Shore Hospital where the woman is stable and the man is in a critical condition.

The driver of the 4WD, a man in his 50s, was not injured and was taken to Ryde Hospital for mandatory blood and urine testing.

Specialist crash investigation officers were also in attendance.

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Police appeal following armed robbery – Zetland

New South Wales Police on Monday, 03/04/2017 01:29 AEST

Police are appealing for assistance after a man was robbed at Zetland overnight.

A 19-year-old man was walking along O’Dea Avenue about 8.15pm yesterday (Sunday 2 April 2017), when two men approached him from behind.

One of the men produced a knife and demanded the man’s mobile phone and laptop computer.

The two men ran from the scene and were last seen heading west on O’Dea Avenue.

Police from Redfern Local Area Command were notified of the incident and commenced an investigation.

Read the rest at New South Wales Police (185 words)

Man charged over alleged assault – Sydney City LAC

New South Wales Police on Sunday, 02/04/2017 21:44 AEST

A man has been charged following an alleged assault in Sydney today.

About 12.40pm (Sunday 2 April 2017), the driver of a white Porsche allegedly assaulted a 30-year-old woman in James Lane.

Police will allege the man used the driver’s door of the car to assault the woman, causing injury to her hand.

The driver left the scene and the woman reported the incident to officers at Sydney City Local Area Command who commenced inquiries.

About 8.30pm today (Sunday 2 April 2017), a 30-year-old man from Lidcombe was issued with a Future Court Attendance Notice for the offence of assault occasioning actual bodily harm.

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Letter box drop – Rockhampton residents

Queensland Police Service on Sunday, 02/04/2017 20:59 AEST

***Shared on behalf of Rockhampton Regional Council

Notice of Advice

Bureau of MeteorologyFlood Warning for the Fitzroy River and Tributaries

A warning was issued advising that the Fitzroy River

is expected to reach major flood level of 8.5 metres on Monday afternoon 3 April,

and peaking at 9.4 on Wednesday afternoon 5 April 2017.

Rockhampton Regional Council Local Disaster Management Group

is advising that your home will be impacted.

Please don’t be alarmed – be prepared Self-evacuation is always the first option.

Consider staying with family or friends that live in an area that

won’t be impacted by flood waters.

Visit www.rockhamptonregion.qld.gov.au and download theEmergency Action Guide for information regarding the actions residents

should take to prepare for the likelihood of a flood.

Who will this affect?

Past flood data has indicated that predicted flooding will affect Port Curtis,

Depot Hill and surrounds, Berserker, Koongal, Lakes Creek Road and areas

close to the Fitzory River in Wandal, Park Avenue and Kawana.

The Local Disaster Coordination Centre is Active. 1300 652 629

Road Closures

Anticipated critical flood levels

Ridgelands Road Closed

8m

Capricorn Highway closed – Traffic will be redirected through Gavial-Gracemere Rd

8.5m

Gladstone Road – Traffic will be redirected through Upper Dawson Rd

8.5m

Rockhampton Airport closed

8.6m

Yeppen Crossing diversion – Traffic will be redirected over the new overpass.

8.8m

Important Contacts

Local Disaster Coordination Centre 1300 652 659

Prepare your household

Heed all warnings and advice;

Clean up your yard, removing any unnecessary

green waste to Lakes Creek Landfill;

Move as many household items (including

cardboard boxes and newspaper items) to as

high a point as possible;

Pile furniture on beds and personal items on the

furniture and remove all drawers from built-ins;

Tie down loose items in your yard to prevent

them floating away;

Protect items of value that cannot be removed

by enclosing them in waterproof covers.

Ensure all chemicals that may react with water

are within a waterproof container and are moved

to a higher level;

Gas cylinders and gas bottles should be

disconnected and tied down or placed above

flood height; and

Close the main water valve.

Secure your wheelie bin.

Clean out your fridge and freezer.

Evacuation Centre

Self-evacuation should always be your first point of call. Consider staying with family or friends that live in an area that is safe from flood waters. If you do not have the ability to self-evacuate an evacuation centre is being set up.

EVACUATION CENTREROBERT SCHWARTEN PAVILLIONROCKHAMPTON SHOWGROUNDSopen fromSunday 2 April 2017 at 4pm

Only residents in the affected flood areas can access the help of the Evacuation Centre.

If you are preparing to stay at the Evacuation Centre, the following rules are in place:

Bring ID with your address on it.

Bring your own bedding with you.

No Pets allowed under any circumstance.

No alcohol allowed within the Evacuation Centre

or the Showgrounds.

Please bring your medications and prescriptions.

Residents utilising the Evacuation Centre are asked to be mindful of others while at the centre.

Source: Queensland Police Service (501 words)

Search for missing girl Brooke Griffith-Millin

Victoria Police on Sunday, 02/04/2017 20:31 AEST

Police are appealing for public assistance to help locate Brooke Griffith-Millin.

The 13-year-old was last seen in Thornbury yesterday about 9am.

Police and family have concerns for Brooke’s welfare due to her age

Brooke is described as 170cm tall, medium build, brown eyes, freckles with brown shoulder length hair.

She was last seen wearing school uniform, black Everlast hooded top and was carrying her school back pack.

Read the rest at Victoria Police (108 words)

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