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Cars could hold key to missing mum

Toyota Prado
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POLICE have released photos of cars belonging to a woman who went missing in Brisbane last week.

Allison Baden-Clay was last seen by her husband on the night of April 19 at their Brookfield home.

SES volunteers and police have scoured bushland surrounding Brookfield since the mother-of-three disappeared.

On Wednesday police released images of the Baden-Clay family's cars and called for anyone who saw either of the vehicles between last Thursday night and Friday morning to contact them.

The first car is a silver Holden Captiva four wheel drive and the second is a white Toyota Prado.

Anyone with information can contact Crime Stoppers on 1800 333 000.

Topics:  allison baden-clay, missing persons




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