British tourist missing two weeks in Aussie outback - July 2017

Northern Territory police have launched a search for a British tourist who went missing in the central Australian outback.

Michael Denon-Ross, who is on holidays from the UK, was last seen at his hotel in Alice Springs two weeks ago and staff have since found his abandoned luggage.

NT Police press conference on the disappearance of Richard Roe

THE family of missing man Richard Roe are said to be devastated that police investigating his disappearance now believe the 40-year-old is dead.

Detective Senior Sergeant Lee Morgan of the Major Crime Squad said police believe the disappearance could be linked to Darwin’s meth scene.

Andrew Robert Johnson went missing from Elliot, NT in 1994.

Andrew Johnson resigned from his job in Adelaide in June 1994 and intended to work his way around Australia.

On 13 November 1994, his car was found abandoned in scrub off the Stuart Highway near Elliot, Northern Territory.

There have been no sightings of Andrew since.

Family of missing woman Rebecca Hayward 'devastated' as NT search comes to standstill

Eric Hayward and his daughter Angel hold a picture of missing family member Rachel Hayward.

The family of missing West Australian woman Rebecca Hayward, who disappeared during a visit to Alice Springs, say they are "desperate for information", as police admit a month later they are no closer to finding her.

Missing Person – Barkly Region - Shaun Robert Jones - 26 September 2015

Northern Territory Police are searching for missing 44-year-old Shaun Robert Jones.

Senior Sergeant Michael Potts said that search parties and investigations are ongoing.

Shaun was last sighted on 26 September walking southbound along the edge of the Stuart Hwy approximately 30km south of Tennant Creek. We are particularly keen to speak with any motorist or truck driver that was travelling through this area on the 26 or 27 of September.

Peter Rumbel missing from Batchelor NT, April 13, 2013

Peter Rumbel was last seen at the Batchelor Store in Batchelor NT on the 13th of April 2013. Rumbel has not returned to his residence or been seen by friends and associates since this time.

Name: Peter RUMBEL Year of birth: 1964 Missing since: 13 April 2013 Last seen: Batchelor NT

Brendan Dent was last seen in Alice Springs in May 2014

Always waiting for a phone call', says brother of missing man Brendan Dent in National Missing Person's Week

Queensland man Brendan Dent was last seen in Alice Springs more than a year ago and his family is hoping National Missing Person's Week will help them find some information on him.

Mr Dent has not made contact with his family since May 2014, which his family said is out of character.

Is there a serial killer who has been roaming the Stuart Highway for over 30 years?

For over thirty years people have been disappearing from the Stuart Highway.  Over fifty people that we are aware of.  The hunting's began sometimes a year or so apart, and now they are only months apart. 

If you are travelling this route, you are strongly advised to NEVER EVER stop for anybody.  Even authoritarian vehicles, I would be heading for first town before pulling off the road.  Do not stop for anybody, no matter the circumstances because this killer is still out there, possibly in big part due to the governments continual cover-up of all the persons murdered and missing.

In 2007 the Northern Territory Missing Persons Unit had 62 reported outstanding missing persons. A

Patrick Doolan missing from Amoonguna, Alice Springs - April 2006

TWO elderly Aboriginal men remained missing last night despite a public plea from police for information as to their whereabouts. Patrick Doolan, 75, went missing on April 24 from Amoonguna community, about 20km east of Alice Springs. Another Aboriginal man — aged between 70 and 81-years-old — was last seen on April 29. He is about 170cm tall, has grey hair and a beard and was last seen wearing a black hat, grey coat, dark trousers and brown boots.

Source : www.territorystories.nt.gov.au/bitstream/10070/233048/1/cadv05may06v2.pdf

Sybil Malbunka, 41, vanishes from Santa Teresa, March 2006

Alice Springs police say they are still searching for a 48-year-old woman who has been missing in an area south of the town since last month.

Police say Sybil Malbunka was last seen on March 4 near the boundary of the restricted area 14 kilometres west of the Santa Teresa community, about 70 kilometres south-west of Alice Springs.

She had been drinking with family and slept overnight in the area, but was gone when they woke the next morning.

Brett McGillivray vehicle located in truck bay 80km's north of Tennant Creek

Circumstances:  Brett McGillivray has been missing since 10 April 2006 when he left for work at about 6.40am from Perth, Western Australia.

Brett was driving a white 1990 Toyota Camry Sedan, registered number 8CI766.

The last confirmed sighting of Brett was near Hermannsburg, Northern Territory on 14 April 2006.

Aloysious Hayes missing from Williams Well outstation, 2006

Aloysious Hayes, a 41-yearold Aboriginal man, went missing after he went with family to William Well an outstation about 20 kilometres south-east of Alice Springs.
His family became concerned and alerted police when it became apparent he never returned to Alice Springs and despite an extensive police search, no-one has seen him since.

Source : www.territorystories.nt.gov.au/bitstream/10070/233121/1/cadv01aug06.pdf

Czech man Stan Dobias disappears from Attack Creek, Sep 24, 2005

Sept 24, 2005 - Czechoslovakian man Stan Dobias, 60, disappears after walking down a track to lock the gates to the property he was living on in the Attack Creek area, near Alice Springs.

The case of Stan Dobias, 60, who also disappeared from Attack Creek, on September 9, 2005, is not described in the same breath. Dobias was suffering from Alzheimer's. He was a caretaker at the Attack Creek gravel pits and had gone to lock a gate and has not been seen since. It is widely accepted that he became confused, wandered, and perished.

Those who live up and down Territory road stops are familiar with the phenomenon of people with problems taking themselves to the open road to find something but, instead, losing themselves.

Source : http://www.smh.com.au/news/national/missing-in-the-outback/2007/01/16/1168709745474.html

Lubos Gencur - Czechoslovakian National missing in NT since Dec 2004

Lubos arrived in Australia on the 15 December 2004. He flew from Sydney to Alice Springs on the 18th December, and was last seen in the Curtin Springs area about 9.00am on the 19th December 204.At the time of the sighting Lubos was on foot and was wearing shorts, t-shirt, shoes and a cap and carrying a black "GEMMA" brand backpack and water bottle.

Ronya Livoni was last seen on 10 March 1980

Ronya Livoni was last seen by her mother at their home on 10 March 1980.

Ronya left home without a change of clothing or any money.

Queensland's Wolf Creek? Has a serial killer been hunting victims on this remote highway?

DOES a serial killer stalk an outback stretch of road infamously dubbed the "highway of death"?

As police investigate fresh leads in the 32-year-old murder mystery of hitchhiker Tony Jones, the spectre of a thrill killer hangs over at least 11 unsolved cold cases on the Flinders Highway.