Historic missing person case leads police to Mount Ainslie
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Historic missing person case leads police to Mount Ainslie

ACT Policing and members of the ACT State Emergency Service will conduct a search on a large area of Mount Ainslie on Saturday and Sunday in relation to a historic missing person case.

SES searching Mount Ainslie.

SES searching Mount Ainslie.Credit:Jamila Toderas

The search will predominantly take place in an area on the western and northern sides of Mount Ainslie, roughly bounded by the Australian War Memorial, the suburbs of Ainslie and Hackett and Mount Majura.

Police have made the decision to conduct this search following a reexamination of information. The search will be a concerted effort to locate evidence.

Volunteers, SES, and police are searching Mount Ainslie for any evidence for a historic missing persons case.

Volunteers, SES, and police are searching Mount Ainslie for any evidence for a historic missing persons case.Credit:Jamila Toderas

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The family of the missing person has been informed that the search is taking place.

Members of the public in the area are likely to see up to 100 people involved in the search on both days of the weekend.

Volunteers search a large area on Mount Ainslie for evidence in relation to a historic missing persons case.

Volunteers search a large area on Mount Ainslie for evidence in relation to a historic missing persons case.Credit:Jamila Toderas

A police spokesman said they will not be making any further comments to maintain the integrity of the investigation.

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