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Cadaver dogs deployed in Tina Greer search

Detectives investigating the suspected homicide of Tina Greer are currently executing a crime scene warrant at a Gold Coast hinterland property.

The 32-year-old mother was last seen at her boyfriend’s Clumber residence on, or about Wednesday, January 18, 2012.

Police from the Homicide Group in conjunction with Ipswich Criminal Investigation Branch (CIB), as part of Operation Kilo Footwork have established a crime scene at a Bonogin address earlier this morning, where scientific and dog squad officers have been searching.

“Our focus is on forensic analysis and a thorough search of the property for Tina Greer’s remains and any evidence linked to her suspected murder,” Detective Inspector Damien Hansen of the Homicide Group said.

“We will be using all of our search capabilities, including human remain detection specialist dogs and assistance from SES volunteers to find Tina.”

In January, to mark the eight-year commemoration of Tina’s disappearance, homicide detectives made an appeal for information and offered a $250,000 reward for any information which may lead to a conviction of a person for her murder.

The scope of the reward has since been expanded to include any information which could assist in locating Tina’s remains or which leads to the conviction of a person or persons who acted as an accessory to her murder.

“Police have received credible assistance in the aftermath of Tina’s murder and we remain committed to locating her,” Detective Inspector Hansen said.

Tina was last seen driving a 2003 model maroon Holden Commodore sedan with the registration 067-MDE, which was located at the end of a dirt road, near Governor’s Chair Lookout at Clumber on Sunday, January 22, 2012.

Anyone with information which could inform the circumstances surrounding her disappearance is strongly urged to contact police.

If you have information for police, contact Policelink by providing information using the online suspicious activity form 24hrs per day at www.police.qld.gov.au/reporting.

You can report information about crime anonymously to Crime Stoppers, a registered charity and community volunteer organisation, via crimestoppersqld.com.au 24hrs per day.

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