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Fears for missing woman

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October 05, 2017

Missing Broadford woman Carolyn Furlong is driving her white Mitsubishi Outlander, registration 1IM2XK.

Missing Broadford woman Carolyn Furlong is driving her white Mitsubishi Outlander, registration 1IM2XK.

Police are appealing for public assistance to find missing Broadford woman Carolyn Furlong.

The 51-year-old left her home on The Parade to visit a friend in Broadford between 10pm and 11pm Friday and has not been seen since.

It is believed Ms Furlong is driving her white Mitsubishi Outlander, registration 1IM2XK, and does not have her mobile phone switched on.

Police and family have concerns for her welfare due to a medical condition that requires medication.

Investigators have released images of Ms Furlong and a vehicle similar to hers in the hope someone may recognise her.

Anyone who sights her or may have information on her whereabouts is urged to contact Seymour police on 57350200.

Nagambie burglary

Investigators are seeking information regarding a burglary at a business in High St, Nagambie.

A rear door was jemmied open and a back room ransacked on the weekend of September 23 and 24.

The offenders were inside the building for some time as they ripped off wall panelling and plaster to gain access to the business part of the shop.

Some mobile phones and a tablet were stolen and it is believed the offenders exited the building the same way they entered.

Outdoor equipment stolen

Another ongoing investigation involves the theft of a lawn mower and two hedge trimmers from a shed at an Emily St motel.

It is believed the offenders entered the back of the property from Edward St and forced the shed door open.

Rural property targetted

Power and hand tools were stolen from a rural property on the Pyalong-Seymour Rd on September 26.

A couple of models of the Starship Enterprise were also taken.

Parked car damaged

A car parked in Victoria St, Seymour was damaged about 3am on September 24.

Investigators believe the damage was caused by someone walking over it.

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