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NSW JULIE BEYER: Missing from Lavington NSW - 9 July 2004 - Age 42

Discussion in 'Australia: Missing & Unidentified' started by Scorpio, May 6, 2018.

  1. Scorpio

    Scorpio Bronze Member



    Julie Beyer was last seen in the Lavington NSW area on 9 July 2004. In 2004, Julie was working in NSW as a legal secretary. Julie resigned and was planning to move to Mackay, Queensland, where she had rented a house. Julie had put some belongings in storage in preparation for the move, but before she set out for Queensland, she vanished while running an errand in her car in Lavington, NSW.

    If you have information that may assist police to locate Julie please call Crime Stoppers on 1800 333 000.
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    Scorpio Bronze Member


    National Missing Persons Week is an annual event to raise awareness of missing person’s cases, and the devastating impact felt by family and friends when a loved one goes missing. Each year about 35,000 people are reported missing in Australia, this is equivalent to one person every 15 minutes.

    Forty-two-year-old Julie Beyer went missing on 7 July 2004 when she was seen leaving her home in Lavington in her white Daewoo Nubria station wagon with NSW Rego number: YIT 763. In August 2004 Julie attempted to make phone contact with her family, but no further contact has been made since that time.

    Police believe that Julie may have travelled through Dubbo, Bourke, Maryborough, Gympie and Tennant Creek in the months following her disappearance. At the time of her disappearance Julie had a medium build, long light brown hair and blue eyes. She is 170cm tall.

    Information about Julie Beyer can be found online on the missing persons enquiry system: https://www.ebiz.police.nsw.gov.au/...displayIndividualDetails.do?photoRefNum=95612 this year Missing Persons Week runs from Sunday 31 July to Saturday 6 August.
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    Julie Beyer dead, inquest finds

    A LAVINGTON woman who went missing in 2004 when aged 43 was yesterday declared dead after an Albury inquest. Julie Anne Beyer’s disappearance received national prominence last year when her son, Matthew, was a contestant on Masterchef.

    He was excluded from the show for having a smart phone in the residence. He said it was his mother’s birthday at the time he was in seclusion. The investigating police officer, Det-Sen-Constable Margaret Saunders, told yesterday’s inquest Ms Beyer’s disappearance had received national news coverage.

    Her story featured in a women’s magazine in July last year and was discussed on many websites, but no information about her had been received. Sen-Constable Saunders said Ms Beyer’s case had also received media attention in Missing Persons Week in 2009 and last year.

    Deputy state coroner Paul MacMahon said there was no evidence Ms Beyer had been alive since September 10, 2004 — the last time she used her bank account containing thousands of dollars.

    “I am satisfied Julie is in fact deceased,” Mr MacMahon said. He was unable to determine the cause and manner of death, but said it was most likely she died in the Northern Territory.

    The vehicle she was travelling in has never been found and its registration expired in 2004. Ms Beyer spent 11 days in Nolan House at Albury Base Hospital for mental health issues before being released on July 6, 2004.

    She packed her vehicle, told her son, Anthony, to vacate her flat and left her Webb Street, Lavington, residence, intending to go to Mackay in Queensland. Mr MacMahon said there were bank transactions at Dubbo and Tennant Creek early in September.

    It is likely she was driving to Katherine where Anthony was studying at the Charles Darwin University campus. He had received several phone messages from his mother there.

    Mr MacMahon said there was no evidence about her whereabouts from July to September, 2004, but it was a reasonable to believe she was travelling to see her son. There had been no contact with her family since 2004. And she has not come to police notice in any state nor had she registered on any electoral role.

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