Fri. Nov 18th, 2022

The DNA profile will be compared against the missing persons database, which contains the hereditary and genetic mapping of long-term missing people in NSW.
Ms Caddicks badly decomposed foot in an ASICS running shoe was found at Bournda Beach, near Tathra, on February 21.
The 49-year-old disappeared from her Dover Heights home in Sydneys eastern suburbs in mid November.
Scientists were able to extract DNA from the foot and match it to a sample of DNA that we had already obtained from a toothbrush belonging to Melissa and from her relatives, NSW Police Assistant Commissioner Mick Willing said last week.
Canberra man Khan Taeun Lee, 39, disappeared while snorkelling in waters off Richmond Beach near Batemans Bay on January 25.
In a statement on Monday, police said the Mollymook remains were among three undergoing forensic examination to determine if they are human or animal.
Remains were also located at a beach at Cunjurong Point about 5.40pm on Saturday, and Warrain Beach, Culburra about 10.45am on Sunday.
Officers established a crime scene at each location.
If a member of the public locates remains, they are urged to leave them in situ, and contact local police in the first instance, a police spokeswoman said.
Inquiries are continuing.
She said a further set of remains, found at Tura Beach on February 27, have been deemed to be animal.
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