Thursday, 19 April 2018
Latest news
Main » Crocodile suspected of killing Australian with dementia who wandered from nursing home

Crocodile suspected of killing Australian with dementia who wandered from nursing home

13 October 2017

Far North police Acting Insp Ed Lukin said clothing and a walking stick with her name on it, along with the remains were discovered during a search of the small creek this morning.

Although a crocodile had been captured in the area recently, it was released after examination and EHP Director of Wildlife Operations Michael Joyce said two boats had been conducting surveys in the area and another two were due to join the search today.

On Friday, police said remains found nearby had been confirmed as human and they were "highly likely" to belong to Ms Cameron.

"We continue to search the area in the hopes that we find her alive".

"Because of the proximity of these items and this unknown material located by this creek bank we can not rule out a croc attack", Acting Insp Lukin said.

Guman opens fire in market in Trelleborg, Sweden
Police Skåne spokesman Fredrik Bratt said: "We received several calls about a suspected shooting in central Trelleborg". Trelleborg is a Swedish port town located 64 kilometers southeast of Copenhagen in Denmark.

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).

Police fear Cameron, who only been at the facility for a few weeks, may have been taken by a crocodile after becoming disoriented when she wandered into a dense area of bushland.

"There will be forensic tests done on those remains, but I will stress that there are no other missing persons in the Port Douglas area". Of course as the days progress that option will diminish and as time goes by we will continue to reassess our searching options.

Police said Ms Cameron suffers from dementia.

Ozcare, the company that runs the aged care facility, declined to comment.

The ESRB doesn't "consider loot boxes to be gambling"
But it seems that ESRB only counts it as gambling if the players have a chance of not getting anything from the loot box. Furthermore, the loot system can not fall under the gambling definition since digital items do not have intrinsic value.

On Facebook, Anne's granddaughter Isabella Eggins thanked those who helped in the extensive search for her nan.

Crocodiles in the region are territorial and known to be extremely aggressive.

Unlike sharks, crocodiles are territorial and killer crocs are usually caught near the scene of attacks.

A crocodile reportedly tried to drag Peter Rowsell, 19, from a tent by his foot at Palm Creek in the Northern Territory.

So Robbie Lawler is Fighting Rafael dos Anjos Next…
Now 2-0 at welterweight, Dos Anjos, like Lawler, stands out as one of the division's premier contenders. The event will take place on December 16 at Bell MTS Place in Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada.

Crocodile suspected of killing Australian with dementia who wandered from nursing home