She is described as Caucasian, 160cm tall, medium build and pink hair. News MISSING: Police need help to find Fraser Coast teen by Carlie Walker Carlie Walker Journalist Coming from Newcastle in New South Wales, Carlie completed an arts degree before moving to the Fraser Coast. She has been with the Chronicle since 2007. Full Profile Login to follow 12th Jun 2020 10:00 AM | Updated: 11:09 AM 0 POLICE are seeking public assistance to help locate a 15-year-old girl missing from Maryborough. The girl was last seen by family at a Maryborough house on June 7. She has not contacted family since and police hold concerns for her safety. Her exact whereabouts are unknown however she has connections with the Mount Isa area. She is described as Caucasian, 160cm tall, medium build and pink hair. Police are appealing for the girl or anyone with further information to contact police. More Stories Premium Content ‘So unfair’: Heartbreak for dad killed on son’s birthday Premium Content Bail extended for care workers charged over toddler's death Premium Content Confirmed: When school sport will return More Stories Premium Content ‘So unfair’: Heartbreak for dad killed on son’s birthday Premium Content Bail extended for care workers charged over toddler's death Premium Content Confirmed: When school sport will return 0 editors picks Read More Login to follow fcpolice Read More Login to follow maryborough Read More Login to follow missing Read More Login to follow editors picks fcpolice maryborough missing Subscriber Exclusives Premium Content GALLERY: Gympie celebrates heading back to the track in... News Check out some snaps from Gympie’s first “post-COVID” day at the races. Premium Content Hockey Div 1 Finals- Frenchville Rovers v Wanderers Hockey LIVESTREAM: Catch the action from men’s and women’s deciders right here Premium Content Spring excitement as new Ipswich racing era launched Horses Huge joy was seen at the opening of a modern Ipswich precinct the city can be proud of. Premium Content What happened when three of the most dangerous men went to... Crime “I’m going to shoot your f … ing cousins”. That note, slipped to Brothers For Life leade in prison, led to a war between three of Australia’s most feared criminals. Premium Content ‘We are not racist’: Police chief fires back at protesters Politics Police Commissioner says she is “really upset” at protesters labelling her troops racist after the death of indigenous woman Sherry Fisher-Tilberoo in custody. 1 Premium Content Gastro outbreak at school holiday venue Health Health authorities are investigating a suspected gastro outbreak, just ahead of the Gold Coast school holidays, with affected schools to be contacted.