Familial DNA will be used by NSW police to seek out missing persons from the Queanbeyan area

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By Peter Brewer
Updated July 12 2022 - 6:54am, first published July 11 2022 - 4:00am
A NSW police officer from the Missing Persons team collects a DNA buccal swab during a previous 'pop-up' centre. Picture: NSW Police

Police officers engaged in a massive NSW-wide program to identify over 750 missing persons, some missing for more than 80 years, will arrive in Queanbeyan on Friday aiming to build on their database.

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Peter Brewer

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