New images released in weeks-long search for missing Tasmania teen
The drivers of three cars are urged to come forward as the search for a missing girl in Tasmania nears a month in length.
Shyanne-Lee Tatnell, 14, was last seen on Sunday, April 30.
Tasmania Police have released footage of three vehicles that were spotted in the area of Henry Street, Launceston, travelling toward the city, at about 9pm on that day.
There is no suggestion the drivers of these cars have anything to do with Tatnell's disappearance, only that they may have observed something which could assist the police investigation.
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"It is possible the driver and any occupants in these vehicles may have seen something that can assist police with the ongoing investigation into Shyanne-Lee's disappearance," Inspector Craig Fox said.
Two of the vehicles are believed to be silver sedans, one of them possible a Holden Commodore with a spoiler.
The third is a van, similar to a Honda Odyssey.
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"I urge the drivers of these vehicles to come forward, they may have a valuable piece of information that could assist us to locate Shyanne-Lee or track her movements," Fox said.
Shyanne-Lee was last seen around Henry Street, Launceston, near the North Esk River, at about 8.30pm on Sunday, April 30.
She is described as being about 160cm tall, with a slim build with blonde hair.
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At the time she was last seen, she was wearing a cream coloured hooded jumper with dark coloured writing on the chest and shoulder area.
She was also wearing bike shorts.
An extensive multi-day search of the North Esk River failed to find any trace of Shyanne-Lee.
Anyone with information in relation to the vehicles or drivers is urged to contact Launceston CIB on 131 444 or report anonymously to Crime Stoppers.
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