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Search continues for teenager missing from Dubbo

There are concerns for the welfare of a teenager, missing for three days from the NSW town of Dubbo.

Nathan Price was last seen by neighbours outside his home about 7.30am on Thursday 16 June.

The 17-year-old was reported missing to police the following day.

Police and family have serious concerns for his welfare as he suffers from a diagnosed condition and receives daily care.

Nathan (pictured) is described as Caucasian in appearance, 180cm tall, with a medium build, and short brown hair.

Anyone with information on Nathan’s whereabouts is asked to contact police immediately.

Baby girl still missing, 11 hours after vanishing from Melbourne park

UPDATE 9.00PM: Emergency services are still frantically trying to find a 15-month-old girl who vanished from a park in Melbourne’s north-east on Saturday morning.

The toddler was last seen with her mother at Olympic Park in Heidelberg West around 10am. She was wearing a white short-sleeved top with pink and yellow hearts, koala print pants, socks, and a black necklace with an oval locket.

PHOTO: Twitter

PHOTO: Twitter

According to The Age, the toddler’s mother, who spent Saturday afternoon being questioned by police, reportedly told investigators that a man had shoved her to the ground, snatched her child and fled.

Officers raced to the scene and conducted an extensive search of the area, but the baby could not be found.

Detectives have confirmed they are treating the infant’s disappearance as suspicious.

Police have set up a command post at Olympic Park, as dozens of officers and volunteers from the State Emergency Service saturate the neighbourhood in the search for the baby girl.

Anyone who has seen the 15-month-old pictured above, or knows of her whereabouts is urged to call Triple Zero (000) immediately.

EARLIER 3.19PM: Police and volunteers from the State Emergency Service are together searching for a 15-month-old girl who vanished from a park in Melbourne’s north-east on Saturday morning.

Police say the toddler was last seen by a family member at Olympic Park in Heidelberg West, around 10 kilometres north-east of the city’s CBD, at around 10am.

A command post has been set up at the scene while police and SES volunteers frantically search the area for the 15-month-old girl.

She was last seen wearing a white short-sleeved top with pink and yellow hearts, koala print pants, socks, and a black necklace with an oval locket.

Police are pleading with anyone who has seen the little girl or knows of her whereabouts to call Triple Zero (000) immediately.

Massive land and air search under way for missing school girl in Qld

A massive land and air search is currently under way in central Queensland for a 15-year-old school girl who has not been seen or heard from since Wednesday.

Police say Kaitlyn Earl-Rowe was last seen visiting a residence in the small rural town of Clermont, located on the junction of the Gregory and Peak Downs highways around 274 kilometres south-west of Mackay, at 11.30pm on Wednesday 23 March.

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Kaitlyn Earl-Rowe, 15, was last seen in Clermont just before midnight on Wednesday. She has been seen or heard from since.

While police say they are not treating the teenager’s disappearance as suspicious, they do hold “serious concerns” for her welfare.

Police say Kaitlyn left home on her own accord but has now been missing for several days, prompting concern from investigators and her family.

She has not made contact with her family or any friends since. Police hold hopes that Kaitlyn may be hiding in one of the many vacant homes in the small town, left empty because of the mining downturn.

She is described as being Caucasian in appearance, 162cm tall and having long straight brown hair, a slim build and green eyes.

She was last seen wearing a black dress, black tights and a black and green baseball cap with “YO!” written in green (pictured below).

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Police say 15-year-old Kaitlyn Earl-Rowe was wearing this hat when she was last seen in Clermont on Wednesday night.

Volunteers from the State Emergency Service are assisting police in the search of the Clermont area today.

Anyone with information regarding her whereabouts is urged to contact police.

Pet dog found guarding missing cyclist’s dead body in Brisbane forest

A man who failed to return home after venturing out on evening bike ride through Toohey State Forest with his pet dog in Brisbane’s south on Friday has been found dead.

Police said initial investigations suggested that the 42-year-old had died from injuries sustained in a cycling accident.

The deceased man’s loyal pet Staffordshire Terrier never left his side. The dog was found guarding his owner’s body shortly after 4pm on Saturday.

The 42-year-old was reported missing at 11pm on Friday after setting out around 5.30pm and failing to return home.

Body of woman missing in Gold Coast creek found

FRI 8.30AM: Police have confirmed that the body of a woman reported missing at Currumbin Creek overnight has been found.

Police saturated the creek on the southern Gold Coast around 6.45pm on Thursday after receiving reports the 50-year-old woman had fallen out of a dragon boat.

She was reportedly training at the time and is believed to have slipped off the stern of the boat.

Police, PolAir, surf lifesavers and concerned members of the public descended on the area on foot, in canoes and in boats to search for the woman.

Her body was located at about 7.30am in Currumbin Creek.

FRI 6.00AM: Dozens of locals have spent the night assisting police in a desperate search for a woman who remains missing after falling out of a dragon boat at Currumbin Creek.

Police saturated the creek on the southern Gold Coast around 7pm on Thursday after receiving reports the woman had fallen overboard near the Pacific Motorway overpass during an outgoing tide.

She was reportedly training at the time and is believed to have slipped off the stern of the dragon boat.

Police, surf lifesavers, and concerned members of the public descended on the area on foot, in canoes and in boats to search for the woman, but to no avail.

The police helicopter was also deployed to the area, with officers on board using a loud speaker to ask residents in homes along the water to search their yards for the woman.

Earlier reports on social media suggesting the woman had been found on a jetty were quickly dismissed by police.

No description of the woman has been released. She remained missing at 11pm.