Lucinda Miller: Fresh twist in scenario of lacking Victorian lady who vanished after catching an Uber

Lucinda Miller, 24, (pictured) has not been noticed due to the fact around 11.30am on Sunday

Near mates of a missing Victorian girl who has been lacking for 5 days considering that currently being dropped off by a rideshare driver have uncovered that her cell phone has been switched off.

Lucinda Miller, 24, was last witnessed at 11.30am on Sunday when she was dropped off at a bush keep track of about 2.5km from her home in Nerrim South, close to 110km east of Melbourne.

Victoria Police do not feel a next bash was involved in her disappearance and hold grave fears for her welfare with a determined look for underway.

In a Facebook submit, a worried cherished one particular reported her telephone was no for a longer time active one particular day just after she vanished and that Ms Miller’s mom and close good friends are ‘frightened and amazingly concerned’.

‘There are incredible concerns for Lucinda’s safety and wellbeing,’ pal Esther Livingston wrote on Monday afternoon.

‘Her cellular is at this time turned off and each individual area Lucinda is known to has been checked.

‘Due to the character of Lucinda’s disappearance and wellness, be sure to immediately speak to law enforcement and ambulance with any related details or sightings.’

Ms Miller was captured on CCTV in Dandenong, in Melbourne’s southeast close to 11am on Sunday ahead of she was dropped off on McDougal Street, in close proximity to the intersection with Ingleman Street.

Police have spent the last few days searching dense bushland for Ms Miller.  Pictured: McDougal Road in Neerim South

Law enforcement have expended the previous few times searching dense bushland for Ms Miller. Pictured: McDougal Road in Neerim South

Ms Miller was spotted in Dandenong, in Melbourne's southeast, around 11am before she traveled east to McDougal Road

Ms Miller was spotted in Dandenong, in Melbourne’s southeast, around 11am in advance of she traveled east to McDougal Road

Law enforcement have interviewed the rideshare driver who but there is no evidence to counsel they were being involved in Ms Miller’s disappearance.

Close to 50 police officers, which includes a dog squad, and volunteers used Wednesday seeking for Ms Miller in dense bushland. The research crew was reduced to 30 men and women the up coming working day, and further more people today are anticipated to go out on Friday.

Victoria Police Inspector Peter Fusinato uncovered the concentration stage of the lookup, which was originally centered on the place involving her fall-off spot and residence, had shifted just after reports of a feasible sighting.

A witness came ahead on Wednesday afternoon to expose they may have seen Ms Miller a number of kilometers to the south of the region on Monday.

‘We’re chatting to all residence proprietors in that place, examining all the rivers, creeks, roadways, tracks,’ Inspector Fusinato stated.

‘So any property proprietors… be mindful that she may perhaps have wandered onto your homes and we just question if you could examine all your properties or outbuildings just make absolutely sure that no-just one has both been there or Lucinda is still positioned within your residence .’

Police and loved ones have concerns for Ms Miller's welfare.  She is described as blonde with blue eyes

Police and beloved ones have concerns for Ms Miller’s welfare. She is explained as blonde with blue eyes

The young woman was last seen wearing a white top, a pair of pink pants, a green jumper, beanie, scarf and face mask in Dandenong

The younger lady was past found sporting a white major, a pair of pink pants, a eco-friendly jumper, beanie, scarf and face mask in Dandenong

Inspector Fusinato was familiar with the bush path to her house and mentioned it was odd she in no way arrived house.

He claimed it was probable Ms Miller may possibly not want to be discovered.

‘She might be missing of her individual volition or regrettably has .. hurt herself. We are not really positive,’ Inspector Fusinato advised ABC News,

‘But we are doing work on the principle that Lucinda might not want the loved ones to know she’d come household.’

Police are attractive to the community for assistance in locating Ms Miller, who is explained as getting 165cm tall (or 5’5) with a skinny develop and blonde hair.

She was past seen putting on a white best, a pair of pink trousers, a inexperienced jumper, beanie, scarf and confront mask.

Other organizations have assisted law enforcement in the lookup in the dense bushland together with the Office of Atmosphere, Land, H2o and Setting up, Victoria Point out Unexpected emergency Support and CFA (Country Fireplace Authority).

Any individual who has observed of has info about Ms Miller is urged to get in touch with Warragul Law enforcement Station on 5622 7111.

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