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Remains found in Byron Bay bushland confirmed as missing woman Thea Liddle – ABC News

NSW Police has confirmed bones found last month in Byron Bay belong to Thea Liddle, who had been missing since October.

  • Police discovered the remains on July 15 at a makeshift camp, after launching a fresh two-day search
  • Her family has been informed of the discovery
  • Police are continuing to appeal for information, particularly from anyone who may have seen her in late October or early November

The discovery came after a fresh two-day search mid-July, where re…

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