POLICE have revealed that there are no plans to conduct further searches for missing woman Tina Greer unless they receive new information on her disappearance.
The 32-year-old mother hasn't been seen since January 18 and police fear for her life, despite the
fact that her body has not been found and she is still officially classified as a missing person.
It emerged early in the investigation that her boyfriend was a member of the Finks Motorcycle Gang and lived in the area where Ms Greer's vehicle was last seen.
Police have already conducted extensive searches of mountainous bushland in the area south of Moogerah Dam, near Boonah, which were triggered by the discovery of Ms Greer's vehicle in the carpark of the Governor's Chair Lookout.
Included in that search were dozens of SES volunteers, in addition to police from the cadaver dog squad, stock squad and water police. There was also an air search and divers scoured the depths of Moogerah Dam - all to no avail. Acting on what they called "fresh information" on Ms Greer's disappearance at the time, police returned to the Governor's Chair area in April.
Using quad bikes and four wheel drives, they focused on an area covering both sides of a 7km section of Spicer's Gap Rd.
The search included 120 SES volunteers, but also failed to offer police any new insight into what happened to Ms Greer.
When her 2003 Holden Commodore was found at the lookout on January 22, it still contained Ms Greer's personal belongings, but the keys were missing. Acting Detective Senior Sergeant Dave Tolsher said there was still no information on the case that had diverted police attention away from Boonah.
"Police have not received any new information for some time."
Anyone who can help police should phone Crime Stoppers on 1800 333 000.