Car­a­van joins hunt

Sunday Herald Sun - - News - RYAN TENNISON

PO­LICE have set up an in­for­ma­tion car­a­van at Aireys In­let in the hope of solv­ing the mys­tery of miss­ing Mel­bourne mother Elisa Curry (above).

The 43-year-old dis­ap­peared last Sat­ur­day from a hol­i­day house in the Great Ocean Road town­ship. Land, air and wa­ter searches have proven fruit­less.

Vic­to­ria Po­lice spokes­woman Belinda Batty said: “The search has been scaled back and an in­for­ma­tion car­a­van set up out­side the gen­eral store on the Great Ocean Road all week­end from 9am to 5pm.”

Po­lice say the chances of find­ing Ms Curry alive af­ter so long in the bush are “re­mote”. She suf­fered de­pres­sion.

In­spec­tor Peter Seel said it was still plau­si­ble Ms Curry went for a run and be­came dis­ori­ented. They are not rul­ing out sus­pi­cious cir­cum­stances.

Any­one with in­for­ma­tion is urged to phone 000, Lorne po­lice on 5289 2712 or Crime Stop­pers: 1800 333 000.

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