Police are analysing several items found during a state forest search for missing woman Allecha Boyd, but say nothing significant has been found.
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Wagga Crime Manager Detective Inspector Darren Cloake, was keen to stress that the items found in Lester State Forest were not of major significance, however they are being analysed.
“Investigators did take a number of items that will be subjected to further examination to determine their evidentiary value and relevance to this case,” Detective inspector Cloake said.
Earlier this week, police released images of a green and silver Subaru Outback they believe missing woman Allecha Boyd may have been using on the day of her disappearance.
The vehicle is believed to have travelled from Wagga to Coolamon on Thursday, August 10
Allecha Boyd was last seen on August 10, however police have now discounted CCTV of a woman buying cigarettes at a supermarket in Gurwood Street as being the missing woman.
The woman depicted on the CCTV has spoken to police who revealed she is a close associate of Ms Boyd.
Family members and friends of Ms Boyd are understandably stressed at her out-of-character disappearance, and have posted messages on social media in the hope she can be found.
Police are urging anyone with information to contact Wagga Police on 69222599 or Crimestoppers on 1800 333 000.