Human remains found where elderly woman feared killed by crocodile in Queensland

Human remains found where elderly woman feared killed by crocodile in Queensland

Human remains found where elderly woman feared killed by crocodile in Queensland

Ms Wright said she was very upset when she heard Ms Cameron was missing.

One fellow resident of Cameron's care facility told ABC she had seen the missing woman walking towards an administration building around 4pm on Tuesday (10 October).

Officers found human remains, a walking stick with her name on it and a pile of her clothes at an inlet connected to a creek infested with large saltwater crocodiles.

The 79-year-old, who has Alzheimer's disease, was last seen before she left her OzCare aged care facility to take a walk on Tuesday afternoon.

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He said the remains were undergoing forensic testing in Cairns to identify whether they were human.

He said police and the SES would continue to search the area in the hope she could be found alive.

On Thursday, police found a number of items believed to belong to the missing woman, at the southern end of Four Mile Beach.

"We continue to search the area in the hope of finding her alive [but] because of the proximity of these items near the creek bank, we can not rule out the possibility of a crocodile attack".

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Members of the public in the area are being asked to check their property for any signs of her. "Police hold grave concerns for her well being due to her medical condition, her age, the length of time that she's been missing and the increasing temperatures", authorities said in a statement on Thursday.

She had only been at the facility for a few weeks.

He said reports the woman's clothes had been folded were "inaccurate".

It's understood there are three main crocodiles known to frequent Mowbray Creek, although wildlife tour managers say much larger crocs could easily have travelled there from neighbouring inlets.

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A major search has been underway since yesterday with the clothing items located at the isolated creek today.

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