Police discover garments and human stays after Anne Cameron, 79, went lacking close to a nursing residence in Port Douglas on Tuesday
Forensic testing is being carried out on “organic matter” discovered close to clothes and a strolling stick after a dementia sufferer went lacking from a far north Queensland nursing residence.
Anne Cameron, 79, was final seen close to a nursing residence at Craiglie, Port Douglas, on Tuesday afternoon. Police concern Cameron, who solely been on the facility for a couple of weeks, could have been taken by a crocodile after changing into disoriented when she wandered right into a dense space of bushland.
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