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Search for Gail set to resume

POLICE will resume their search for Gail Lynch today and expand their search parameters.

They have scoured the Warwick region and boundaries of the Condamine River and will today go beyond in hope of locating Ms Lynch.

It is understood a Warwick construction site was shut down yesterday and workers sent home while police searched skip bins on site.

Regional crime co-ordinator for the southern police region Detective Inspector Darrin Shadlow said there was no new information to report, but investigations would continue.

Ms Lynch was last seen on Tuesday, July 3, at her Guy St residence.

She spoke with her sister Lyn McMillan that evening, but has not made contact or been seen since.

Police spoke to a number of people in the Warwick and Toowoomba areas yesterday and would like to speak to anyone who may have any information on Ms Lynch's whereabouts.

Police continue to seek information in relation to the movements of a blue 2004 BA model Ford Falcon sedan in the Warwick area between 6pm Tuesday, July 3, and 6am Wednesday, July 4.

Anyone with information that could assist police with their investigations should contact Crime Stoppers anonymously via 1800 333 000 or crimestoppers.com.au 24 hours a day.

Topics:  condamine river gail lynch missing person police warwick



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