Search resumes at GC park for clues into Dufty murder

Police and SES crews have returned to a Gold Coast park today, as their investigation into the alleged murder of Gold Coast father Greg Dufty deepens.

Mr Dufty, 37, disappeared on July 6 after boarding a Mack truck heading to the Gold Coast hinterland.

He was last seen at Mt Nathan after being dropped off to a second waiting vehicle on Nathan Homestead Road.


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His body is yet to be found.

Greg Dufty | PHOTO: Twitter

Greg Dufty | PHOTO: Twitter

Aaron Crawford, Lionel Patea and Liam Bliss have been charged with his murder, with a court hearing earlier this month that he was allegedly bashed to death over stolen drugs.

SES crews and police descended on an Oxenford park this morning, as their search for clues, including a murder weapon continues.

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