Officers are continuing their efforts to find a woman from Port Macquarie who went missing in the Riverina.
On Tuesday, Victoria Police led the search at Neils Reserve for Ruth Ridley and evidence of what lead to the death of her husband.
On Monday, officers searching for Ruth, who was last seen in Albury, have revealed they discovered the body of her estranged husband.
Police found the body of the 61-year-old man in a car in north-east Victoria last week.
Riverina Police District Inspector Adrian Telfer said police believe Mrs Ridley, aged 58, travelled from her home in Port Macquarie to Tumbarumba on October 18, in a dark blue Mitsubishi Pajero which was towing a white caravan.
He said the Pajero was found on Shelley Road, Shelley with the man's body inside. The caravan was located in Tumbarumba on October 30.
Inspector Telfer said a post-mortem had been conducted, but the results had not been released. The death is being treated as suspicious he said.
Christeene Ridley said her sister-in-law, a mother-of-three, hadn't contacted family members.
She wrote on social media that she hoped the missing woman would contact her boys soon.
Those staying at Neils Bend told The Border Mailthey had seen police at the camping area in recent days.
Walwa residents also said they had seen an increased police presence in the small town recently.
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Inspector Telfer renewed appeals for anyone with information to come forward. He said that there were no plans to conduct a search in Tumbarumba.
Police are seeking information regarding any members of the public who may have been camping at or in the vicinity of Neil's Reserve on the Murray River seven kilometres east of Walwa in Victoria on the weekend of October 26 to 27.
If anyone noticed the Mitsubishi Pajero towing the caravan between Walwa and Tumbarumba on October 27 please contact Crime Stoppers or their local police station.