NT Police continue the intensive search and rescue operation for missing woman, 30-year-old Angie Fuller.
Over the past 11 days, Northern Territory Police, with the assistance of the Northern Territory Emergency Service, have covered a large tract of difficult terrain using foot searches, drones, helicopters, ATVS, motorbikes, vehicles and specialist local Aboriginal Community Police Officers, who have extensive knowledge of the region, to try and locate the missing woman.
Assistant Commissioner Michael White APM said: “The search and rescue operation continues, as does the criminal investigation that has been running parallel to search efforts.
“Police are aware of the social media commentary surrounding this incident and can assure the community a thorough investigation is taking place into all aspects of Angie’s disappearance.
“Police have been in contact with Angie’s family and will continue to provide support and updates throughout the ongoing investigation.
“Police are urging motorists, who were travelling along the Tanami Road, between 10pm on 9 January and 9am the following day, to contact us.
“Anyone with information on Angie’s whereabouts is urged to contact police on
131 444 or via Crime Stoppers on 1800 333 000. Please quote reference number 10228143.”
Angie Fuller was last seen on 9th January 2023 approximately 15km west of the Stuart Highway on the Tanami Road.