Crocodile attack suspected in hunt for Australian woman

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Anne Cameron was reported blank on Tuesday

Police acid for a blank lady in Australia contend she is likely to have been killed by a crocodile.

Anne Cameron, 79, was reported blank from a nursing home circuitously the Queensland city of Port Douglas on Tuesday.

Clothes and a walking hang temperament the name of Ms Cameron, who suffers from dementia, were found next to a creek.

On Friday, police pronounced stays found circuitously had been reliable as human and they were “highly likely” to go to Ms Cameron.

“We strongly think now that there has been impasse of a crocodile attack,” Acting Inspector Ed Lukin said.

“There will be debate tests finished on those remains, but we will highlight that there are no other blank persons in the Port Douglas area.”

Police think that Ms Cameron was pounded after walking into bushland about 2km (1.2 miles) from the nursing home.

She had changed to the nursing home recently to be closer to relatives, internal media said.

Wildlife officers will set crocodile traps in the area where the stays were found.

Crocodile attacks have claimed 9 lives in Queensland given 1985, including a stalk fisherman in March.

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