The search for Ruth Ridley continues as Riverina police become "increasingly concerned" for her welfare.
Police believe Mrs Ridley, 58, travelled from her home in Port Macquarie to Tumbarumba where her estranged husband lives on Friday, 18 October in a dark blue Mitsubishi Pajero.
The Pajero was found in Shelley, Victoria, 86 kilometres away on Tuesday, 29 October with the body of her 61-year-old estranged husband inside.
A crime scene was established by Victorian Police who are leading the investigation into the circumstances of his death. A post-mortem examination will be conducted to determine the cause of death.
- Search ramps up for Port Macquarie woman Ruth Ridley
- Search for missing Ruth Ridley in Riverina continues, man found dead
The caravan was located the next day in Tumbarumba.
Riverina Police District Inspector Adrian Telfer said police are still searching for Mrs Ridley.
"As time goes on, we are becoming increasingly concerned about her," he said.
"Her family and friends have not heard from her in a long time now, so we are still investigating that.
"We are still speaking with our counterparts in Victoria."
On November 7, NSW SES conducted a search via boat along Murray River starting at Neils Reserve, seven kilometres east from Walwa in Victoria and worked their way approx 5km downstream).
IN OTHER NEWS:
Police are still seeking information regarding any members of the public who may have been camping at or in the vicinity of Neil's Reserve, seven kilometres east from Walwa in Victoria on the Murray River on the weekend of Saturday 26 - Sunday 27 October.
"It's not too late to come forward," Inspector Telfer said.
If anyone noticed the Mitsubishi Pajero towing the caravan between Walwa and Tumbarumba on Sunday, October 27 please contact Crime Stoppers or their local police station.