The suspicious death of 12-year-old Tiahleigh Palmer has shocked and devastated the Logan community.
Photo: Contributed
The suspicious death of 12-year-old Tiahleigh Palmer has shocked and devastated the Logan community. Photo: Contributed Contributed

Police seize car as hunt for Tialeigh Palmer continues

UPDATE: Police have seized a blue Ford XR6 sedan which will undergo forensic testing in relation to the murder of Logan schoolgirl Tiahleigh Palmer.

They would like to speak to anyone who may seen the car im the vicinity of Kerkin Rd North, Pimpama around October 30.
 


Tiahleigh's remains were found on the banks of the Pimpana River on November 5.

Acting Regional Crime Coordinator Detective Superintendent Mark White said that police have a dedicated team of about 20 detectives that have been working tirelessly on the investigation.

"As a result of extensive ongoing investigations police have today seized a vehicle of interest which will be forensically examined," Detective Superintendent White said.

"We'd also like to remind the public that the reward and indemnity is still being offered and police would encourage anyone who has information that could assist with investigations to come forward," he said.
 

Did you see this vehicle, near Pimpama on October 30 2015?
Did you see this vehicle, near Pimpama on October 30 2015?

EARLIER: DETECTIVES from Logan District and State Crime Command's Homicide Unit have seized a car as they continue the hunt for the person who murdered 12-year-old Tiahleigh Palmer.

Her remains were located on the banks of the Pimpama River, near Kerkin Road North at Pimpama on the evening of November 5, 2015.

Acting Regional Crime Coordinator Detective Superintendent Mark White said that police have a dedicated team of detectives that have been working tirelessly on the investigation.

"As a result of extensive ongoing investigations police have today seized a vehicle of interest which will be forensically examined," Detective Superintendent White said.

Police are appealing for anyone who may have seen a 2009 blue coloured Ford XR6 sedan in the vicinity of Kerkin Road North, Pimpama around October 30 to contact Crime Stoppers.

"We'd also like to remind the public that the reward and indemnity is still being offered and police would encourage anyone who has information that could assist with investigations to come forward," Detective Superintendent White said.

A $250,000 reward and indemnity is being offered by the Queensland Government for information into the homicide which leads to the apprehension or conviction of the person/s responsible for the murder of Tiahleigh Palmer.

Investigations are continuing and police have announced they will hold a press conference this afternoon. 


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