Search continues for woman missing in Border Ranges

Missing person Judith Williams. Photo Contributed
Missing person Judith Williams. Photo Contributed Contributed

 A WOMAN has been missing in the Border Ranges National Park since Saturday.  

Judith Williams, 53, arrived at the park with her husband on Friday.  

About 3am on Saturday she went to use the toilet at the campsite on the Wiangaree side of the park and disappeared.  

Her husband and other campers at the site began searching for her at 5am and also contacted the police.  

Over the past two days, police, State Emergency Service volunteers, and National Parks and Wildlife officers have searched the surrounding areas, but have failed to locate Mrs Williams.   

Her family said she has difficulty walking, and has a distinct shuffling action, she also suffers from a condition which requires medication.  

Mrs Williams is described as being of Caucasian appearance, between 140 and 150cm tall, with a solid build, and greying brown hair.  

She was last seen wearing long white pants, a cardigan believed to be blue in colour, and a pair of Blundstone boots.   

Police are urging any member of the public of who may have any information to contact Lismore Police or Crime Stoppers on 1800 333 000.  



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