Up until her disappearance Elizabeth Marsh had resided in the
suburb of Wantirna in Melbourne, Victoria.
Elizabeth was last seen at 9.30am on the 11th of October, 2018, in
Ringwood East, when she walked out of the Maroondah Hospital in
Mount Dandenong Road. Elizabeth has made no contact with family or
friends since that date.
Anyone with information which may assist in locating the whereabouts
of Elizabeth is urged to call Crime Stoppers on 1800 333 000.
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Police are continuing to appeal for public help in their search
for Elizabeth Marsh.
The 39-year-old Wantirna woman was last seen leaving the
Maroondah Hospital about 9.30am on Thursday 11 October.
Police and family have serious concerns for her welfare due to a
It is also believed that Elizabeth has no access to money.
She is described as about 165 centimetres tall with a thin
build, brown shoulder-length hair and brown eyes.
She’s known to frequent libraries in the Doncaster, Ringwood,
Croydon, Knox and Ferntree Gully areas.
It’s also believed that she frequents the Knox Community Garden
Investigators released an image of Elizabeth in the hope someone
recognises her and can provide information on her whereabouts.
Anyone who sees Elizabeth or has information should Ringwood
Police Station on 9871 3000.
The family of a Wantirna woman who has been missing for 18
months is urging her to make contact.
Police have released another appeal for help to find Elizabeth
Marsh, 41, who was last seen leaving Maroondah Hospital about 9.30am
on Thursday, October 11, 2018.
Sergeant Cameron Scott said police and family had serious concerns
for the missing woman’s welfare because of a medical condition.
Elder sister Lorraine Marsh said her family was desperate to know
Elizabeth was safe and well.
“We just want to know if she’s safe and OK,” she said.
She said the family live in fear every time a woman around her
sister’s age is found dead.
“It’s a rollercoaster,” Ms Marsh said.
Ms Marsh said Elizabeth grew up in Wantirna, where the sisters’
parents live, and went to Vermont Secondary College.
She said Elizabeth had been living in Heathmont before she went
“She had issues in her life, which caused her to become distressed
and we were hopeful of getting her support around that,” Ms Marsh
“We’re desperate to know she’s OK and well and we’d like to make
Ms Marsh said her sister was the youngest of four sibling sand was
very clever and funny, with a quirky personality.
“It’s very sad really,” she said.
“We miss her and we worry about her, and want her to be safe and
Sgt Scott said Elizabeth was believed to have no access to money and
before she went missing often visited libraries in Doncaster,
Ringwood, Croydon, Knox and Ferntree Gully.
Police also understand she was often at the Knox Community Garden
He described her as 165cm, with a thin build, brown shoulder-length
hair and brown eyes.
Anyone who sees Elizabeth or has information on her whereabouts is
urged to phone Ringwood police station on 9871 3000.