Nice story aboveJust don't know what to think of this part of the puzzle.
An Australian journalist investigating the disappearance in Australia of 18-year-old Belgian backpacker Théo Hayez (photo) has been approached by a potential witness who claims to have seen a body thawww.brusselstimes.com
An Australian journalist investigating the disappearance in Australia of 18-year-old Belgian backpacker Théo Hayez (photo) has been approached by a potential witness who claims to have seen a body that resembled the missing man lying by the side of the road just two days after he disappeared on the night of 31 May to 1 June this year.
Journalist David Murray, who is a crime correspondent for The Australian, has followed the case since the beginning. He has published the results of his investigations on a website which now features a video in which a woman, beauty therapist Leesa Home, described driving at about 04.00 just outside Coffs Harbour, some 240km from where Théo was last seen at Byron Bay in New South Wales. The video of the woman’s report is here.
Suddenly, she saw a man aged around 30 years by the side of the road in the pitch black of night, gesticulating at her to stop. Beside the man, lying on the ground apparently lifeless, was another man who resembled the description of Théo.
She did stop, but then took fright and drove off again. She claims to have reported the incident to police, who later said they had found no trace of the two men. However Murray has been unable to unearth any police report of the incident.
Nerve endings are totes visible to the naked eyeThird molars as wisdom teeth erupt between the ages of 17 and 21 years old, there's a picture of the jaw and the molar. I'm pretty sure it's an emerging wisdom tooth.
A team of 10 specialist police and a cadaver dog spent more than an hour searching for clues following the find on Thursday.
Toyah Evans, 20, from the nearby suburb of Woy Woy, was walking her dogs along the beach when she made the grim discovery.
"There were teeth still in it and there was molars starting to protrude as well. It had nerve-ending parts in it," she said.
A team of 10 specialist police and a cadaver dog scour for clues following the gruesome discovery on the New South Wales Central Coast.www.abc.net.au
She might have been able to see them under the teeth, have you ever seen them? They look like stringy spider web strands but yeah you'd reckon by the time the jaw went black which to me looks like it might have been burned, they'd be gone.Nerve endings are totes visible to the naked eye
Police are searching bushland for another one who vanished from around Byron Bay last year, Thea Liddle. Her phone has had no activity and her bank accounts are untouched.
Police are searching bushland around Byron Bay this week as they investigate the disappearance of Thea Liddle, last seen in Mooball on the New South Wales far north coast more than six months ago.www.abc.net.au
They also said a number of items were found at the site.Police are so far unable to determine if the bones belong to a man or a woman
Surprising/concerning they weren't discovered in the initial searches, imo.Investigators say the remains found are unlikely to be Theo Hayez and unlikely to be linked unconvincingly, to Theo Hayez but they just happened to be found right near Tallow Bay and it took the assistance of cadaver dog to find them.