News – AU – Police return to Darebin Creek to look for missing mother Ju Zhang


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The police have returned to the north east Melbourne bushland to look for missing Epping mother Ju Zhang

Ms. Zhang, also known as Kelly, was last seen at her home on Winchester Avenue in Epping at around 5 a.m. February at 30 p.m.

Her friend Joon Seong Tan (35) from Doncaster was born on Dec. Filed February 24th from custody after he was charged with her murder. Ms. Zhang’s body was not found

On Monday, a police spokeswoman said missing detectives had returned to Heidelberg West to search an area in the bushland and part of Darebin Creek west of Sheehan Road

The police of the search and rescue team waded through Darebin Creek west of Sheehan Road. The water is sometimes more than waist-deep and cloudy

The search and rescue squad, the dog squad, and the public order response team also help with the search

The Victoria Police Department asked a person who anonymously called Crime Stoppers to report the location of Ms. Zhang’s body in order to re-establish contact

“Investigators continue to urge this person to call back and provide additional information or contact detectives”said a spokeswoman

When the 33-year-old went missing, police believe she was wearing a pink nightgown and possibly pink slippers

The officials spent hours looking for clues in Darebin Creek Reserve in northeast Melbourne in mid-February

Anyone with information about Ms. Zhang’s disappearance is encouraged to contact Crime Stoppers at 1800 333 000 or file a confidential online report at www.crimestoppersviccomau

Simone is a crime reporter for The Age Most recently she covered breaking news for The Age and before that for The Australian in Melbourne

Melbourne, Darebin Creek, Darebin City

News – AU – Police return to Darebin Creek to search for missing mother Ju Zhang