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Missing Vic father search moves to NSW

THE search for a Victorian father-of-two has moved to New South Wales, but police no longer believe his disappearance is suspicious.

Brad Miller, known as Twitch, vanished on Mother’s Day after arguing with his girlfriend.

Police say she had asked to be let out of their car during a drive from Echuca to his home in Cohuna in Victoria’s north.

That was the last time Mr Miller, who works in

the mines in Tasmania on a fly in/fly out arrangement, has been seen, prompting police to hold fears for his safety.

But a police spokeswoman says his car was found yesterday (Tuesday) on the NSW side of the River Murray, and the search will therefore be transferred to NSW Police.

His disappearance is also no longer considered to be suspicious, she says.

Mr Miller is described as Caucasian, approximately 175cm tall, balding and of medium build.

 

 
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