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A new twist in the case of missing Melbourne woman Lucinda Miller


Friends and family of missing Melbourne woman Lucinda Miller have shared some chilling news.

Lucinda Miller has not been seen since 11am last Sunday, when she was dropped off by a carpool driver 2.5km from her home in West Gippsland, Victoria.

It has now emerged that the 24-year-old’s phone was no longer active just a day after she disappeared.

“There are huge concerns for Lucinda’s safety and well-being,” friend Esther Livingston wrote on Facebook.

“Her mobile is now switched off and all locations known to Lucinda have been checked.

“Due to the nature of Lucinda’s disappearance and her state of health, please contact the police and EMS immediately with any relevant information or observations.

“Please know that Lucinda’s mother and close friends are both terrified and incredibly concerned.”

Police initially began searching thick bush between where she was dropped off and her home in South Nirim, about 110km east of Melbourne.

But officers have since widened the search area following a possible sighting of Lucinda on Monday several kilometers south of where she was last seen.

She was caught on CCTV in Dandenong, in Melbourne’s south-east, about 11am on Sunday before being dropped off on MacDougall Road, near the junction with Ingleman Road.

“We’re talking to all the property owners in the area, checking all the rivers, streams, roads, paths,” Victoria Police Inspector Peter Fusinato said.

“So any property owners … be aware that she could be wandering around your property and we’re just asking if you can check all your buildings and outbuildings, just make sure no one was there or Lucinda is still is in your possession.”

Police have interviewed the carpool driver but do not believe he is involved in the disappearance.

About 50 police officers, including a dog unit, and volunteers spent Wednesday searching for the missing woman in dense undergrowth.

The next day, the search party was reduced to 30 people.

Inspector Fusinato said the alphabet that Ms. Miller might not want to be found.

“It can disappear of its own accord or, unfortunately, it has disappeared. to injure oneself. We are not entirely sure,” he said.

“But we’re working on a theory that Lucinda might not want the family to know she’s coming home.”

Lucinda is described as 165cm tall (5’5), of slim build and blonde hair.

She was last seen wearing a white top, green jumper, pink pants, hat, scarf and mask.

Anyone who has seen or has information about the missing woman is asked to call Warragul Police Station on (03) 5622 7111.

Originally published as ‘About’: New twist after missing Melbourne woman


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