Missing woman Tina Greer.
Missing woman Tina Greer.

Search continues for missing woman

POLICE are planning further searches of bushland south of Ipswich in the hope of finding missing woman Tina Greer.

Horses, a helicopter and a cadaver dog have already been used in extensive patrols of the area near the Governor's Chair lookout, Spicer's Peak and Moogerah Dam, but have so far failed to find any sign of the 32-year-old mother from Beechmont, in the Gold Coast hinterland.

In addition to searches on the ground, police have also viewed closed-circuit television footage from the large service stations at Aratula in the hope of piecing together Ms Greer's movements before she seemingly disappeared.

The discovery of Ms Greer's vehicle in the car park of the Governor's Chair lookout on January 22 - with her personal belongings still inside - sparked the concentration of police and SES resources in the area.

The last confirmed sighting of Ms Greer was at Beechmont, about 2pm on Wednesday, January 18.

Anyone with information that could assist police should contact Crime Stoppers on 1800 333 000.



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