Tina Louise GREER

                                                                

                                                                                                      I know it's tiny and blurry but this is CCTV footage of Tina on the day she went missing, showing what she was wearing.

 

                                              <--------- Tina's car was located down Spicer's Gap Road at Swanfels.

The route Tina probably took from Beechmont to Aratula. Her car was located down Spicer's Gap Road at Swanfels.

 

Tina's car was located here, at Governors Chair lookout on January 22nd

 

Media conference by Tina's brother Adam appealing for information - http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TRmq0W8a_Rs

Fears for missing Beechmont woman Tina Louise Greer

Police fear for 32-year-old woman who has been missing from her home in Beechmont, on the Gold Coast Hinterland, since Wednesday.

Tina Louise Greer has not returned home after a trip to Aratula, near Lake Moogerah, in the state's southeast.
 
Police say it's possible she went through Boonah, Aratula and Moogerah, and they are appealing to anyone who may have seen her walking along Spicers Gap Rd towards Moogerah Dam Road between 2pm on January 18 and around midday on January 22.

Her car was a 2003 model maroon Holden Commodore sedan, QLD registrations 067 MDE.

Ms Greer is described as being of Caucasian appearance, 178cm tall with a proportionate build, blue eyes and blonde hair. At the time of her disappearance, she was wearing a long, bright floral dress over a brown or orange off-the-shoulder singlet and leather slip-on sandals.
 

 

Missing Qld woman feared murdered

13:03 AEDT Wed Jan 25 2012

 

Homicide detectives are investigating the disappearance of a woman from southern Queensland.

Tina Greer, 32, was last seen alive on January 18 in Beechmont, when she was headed towards Aratula, police said.

Ms Greer was driving a maroon coloured Holden Commodore at the time, with Queensland registration 067 MDE.

She is described as being of Caucasian appearance, 178cm tall, with blue eyes and shoulder length blonde hair.

At the time of her disappearance she was wearing a floral skirt, an orange off-the-shoulder top and leather slip-on sandals, police said.

Ms Greer has a distinctive coloured tattoo of a snake and flowers on the top of her left hand.

The case is now a homicide investigation, police said.

Police established a mobile investigation facility on the Cunningham Highway at Aratula on Wednesday in an attempt to glean information from members of the public.

Police hold fears for missing mum

Geoff Egan | 26th January 2012 - QT

 

POLICE fear for the life of a 32-year-old mother believed to be missing near Aratula.

Tina Greer, a mother of a 13-year-old daughter, was visiting her boyfriend in the Aratula-Boonah area last Thursday before disappearing.

Police have discovered her car, phone and belongings and have not been able to contact her boyfriend, who is believed to have links to The Finks motorcycle gang.

Police have set up a facility on the Cunningham Hwy at Aratula with pictures of Ms Greer and a car similar to hers in the hope of jogging people's memories.

Inspector Keith McDonald said police were continuing to treat the case as a search for a missing person.

"There's no evidence of foul play at this stage," he said.

"But the disappearance of Miss Greer is of concern to us because she has been missing now for over a week and the circumstances about her disappearance do lead us to have grave concerns for her safety and wellbeing.

"We're concerned for the state of Miss Greer.

"She has missed a number of important dates and times in her life and also her daughter's life.

"The fact that she's been missing for over a week is totally out of character with her. She hasn't accessed any bank accounts. We've located her mobile phone and all other personal belongings have been located that she had on her."

Ms Greer is a resident of Beechmont in the Gold Coast hinterland.

Insp McDonald said while her boyfriend was a known associate of The Finks, he didn't believe there was a direct link between Ms Greer and the gang.

"I am aware that her boyfriend had an affiliation with The Finks motorcycle club but I'm unaware of any direct association Ms Greer had to The Finks motorcycle club.

"The boyfriend has not contacted police at this stage.

"We haven't been able to locate the boyfriend. All endeavours to locate the boyfriend at the present stage have been unsuccessful."

Despite placing a unit in Aratula, Insp McDonald said the search for Ms Greer had ground to a halt after SES units were had to attend to flooding.

Family's desperate plea on missing Beechmont woman Tina Greer

Police divers are this morning scouring several waterways and dams on a private property off Spicers Gap Rd after Ms Greer's car was found, locked and abandoned, at the nearby Governors Chair Lookout, near Cunninghams Gap in the state's southwest, last Sunday.

Ms Greer, 32, was last seen on Wednesday, January 18, when she left her home at Beechmont in the Gold Coast hinterland.

It's believed she was driving to the Aratula area to visit her boyfriend.

Ms Greer's older brother Adam, father Philip, and siblings Matthew and Peter, this morning appealed to the public for information on their missing sister.

Adam Greer said the family, including Ms Greer's 13-year-old daughter, were distraught.

"We just want to make an appeal to the public, we're very worried about our sister and if anyone can help out that would be really good," he said.

"We love her. If anyone can shed any light on anything, we would really love that.

"She's a much loved sister. She's a good person, we love her, we miss her."

Regional crime co-ordinator for the southern police region detective Inspector Darrin Shadlow said police were seeking information from anyone who may have seen Ms Greer's maroon-coloured Holden Commodore.

He said she would have driven from the Beechmont area through to Aratula on January 18, visiting the Governors Chair Lookout and Spicers Gap Rd on or around January 22.

Anyone with information should call Crime Stoppers on 1800 333 000.

Bikie boyfriend of missing woman Tina Greer had drug history

THE bikie boyfriend of missing woman Tina Greer has been before court on numerous occasions for carrying drugs and other "restricted items''.

The man -  who cannot be identified - is understood to be a patched member of the Finks outlaw motorcycle gang.

He disappeared soon after Ms Greer, who has not been seen since January 18 when she left to visit him at his Clumber house.

The Courier-Mail can reveal the missing man was convicted for possessing dangerous drugs and restricted items in November, 2002. He was fined $500.

Two years later, he was in court again, charged with two counts of possessing a dangerous drug. He was committed to stand trial on only one of those charges.

Police yesterday continued their search for the 32-year-old mother.

Search stepped up for missing woman Tina Greer in Gold Coast hinterland

 
THE search for missing Gold Coast mother Tina Greer have intensified, two weeks after she disappeared, with police renewing their calls for help.

Police will this morning continue searching Governor's Chair Lookout and the western area of the car park where her maroon Commodore was found on January 22.

The 32-year-old has been missing since Wednesday, January 18, when she left her Beechmont home in the Gold Coast hinterland to visit her boyfriend's property on Spicers Gap Rd in Clumber.

The search today will also take in bushland and other parts of Governor's Chair and Spicer's Gap Rd with the help of State Crime Operations Command detectives, the stock squad and SES.

Click here and here to see 360 degree panorama pictures of the search area

 

Police have again asked for assistance from anyone who may have seen her or anyone who was at Governor's Chair lookout between January 18 and 22.

Police believe her car could have travelled through Boonah, Aratula and Moogerah areas before she went missing with the registration number 067 MDE.

Ms Greer's bikie boyfriend, who cannot be identified, has also been reported as missing.

It is understood he is a patched member of the Finks outlaw motorcycle gang and disappeared soon after Ms Greer.

Ms Greer is described of being Caucasian and 178cm tall with blue eyes, shoulder length blonde hair and a coloured snake tattoo and flowers on the top of her left hand.

When she went missing she was wearing a floral skirt, an orange off-the-shoulder top and leather slip-on sandals.

Call Crime Stoppers on 1800 333 000.

 

Search for Gold Coast woman fruitless

A SEARCH of cliffs and creeks in a Queensland forest off the Cunningham Highway has failed to find any trace of missing Gold Coast woman Tina Greer.

Police spent today scouring thick scrub around the Governor's Chair lookout in the Spicer's Gap state forest, west of Aratula, where the 32-year-old's car was found.

Ms Greer was last seen in the Beechmont area at 2pm on Wednesday, January 18, when she left the Gold Coast for the Aratula area near Lake Moogerah.

Her maroon 2003 Commodore with a distinctive gold Chevrolet badge on the front grille was found parked at the Governor's Chair lookout on January 22.

Police want anyone who visited the lookout between January 18 and 22, or any bushwalkers who were in the area at that time, to call them.

District Inspector Keith McDonald says Ms Greer could have travelled through the Boonah, Aratula and Moogerah areas.

Thursday's operation involved police, detectives from the State Crime Operations Command, stock squad officers and the State Emergency Service.

It concentrated on the western area of the car park at Spicer's Gap and down both sides of Spicer's Gap road. The stock squad also searched a number of local creeks.

"This is the second phase of a search that commenced last week," Det Insp McDonald told reporters.

"The first part of the search focused on cliff areas and the second phase focused on bushland to the west and the road down to the bottom."

Ms Greer has blue eyes, shoulder length blonde hair and a distinctive tattoo of a snake and flowers on the top of her left hand.

 

Phil Greer pleads for any information on case of missing Gold Coast woman Tina Greer

THE father of a Gold Coast woman missing for more than two weeks has made a passionate plea for any information that could solve the baffling case.

Tina Greer's early model maroon Holden Commodore was found abandoned at the Governor's Chair lookout, near Aratula west of the Gold Coast, on January 22.

That was four days after the 32-year-old mother had left her Beechmont home to visit her boyfriend at Clumber.

There has been no trace of her since, with police yesterday ramping up a second phase search.

Her father, Phil Greer, told The Courier-Mail yesterday the family was doing it tough.

"We all miss her," he said. "If she is out there somewhere, we would ask her to contact someone.

"Let us know she is safe. But if there is anyone else who knows anything, any information will help."

Ms Greer had been expected to spend only one night at the home of her boyfriend, a patched member of the Finks outlaw bikie gang, before returning to Beechmont to pick up her 13-year-old daughter Lili the following day.

Police have spoken to her boyfriend, who cannot be named.

Ipswich District Police Inspector Keith McDonald said officers, dog squads and SES volunteers were scouring creeks and bushland near where Ms Greer's car was found.

He also asked for anyone who had visited the popular bushwalking area in the past two weeks and noticed Ms Greer or her car to come forward.

Police believe her car, with registration 067 MDE, could have travelled through the Boonah, Aratula and Moogerah areas.

Ms Greer is described as 178cm tall with blue eyes, shoulder-length blonde hair and a coloured snake tattoo and flowers on her left hand.

When she went missing she was wearing a floral skirt, an orange off-the-shoulder top and leather slip-on sandals.

Anyone with any information should call Crime Stoppers on 1800 333 000.

Divers scour lake for body

POLICE divers used specialised sonar technology to scour the depths of Lake Moogerah yesterday as the search for missing Gold Coast woman Tina Greer continued.

Hope that the 32-year-old mother will be found alive is fading, with investigators yesterday confirming they were looking for a body.

Ms Greer was last seen on Wednesday, January 18, when she left her Beechmont home to visit her boyfriend in Aratula.

The man, believed to be a patched member of the Finks motorcycle gang, was questioned by police but could shed no light on her whereabouts.

Her car, a Commodore sedan, was found locked, but with her mobile phone and other possessions inside, at the Governors Chair Lookout, near Cunninghams Gap.

Ipswich Detective Inspector Lew Strohfeldt said divers and mounted police were combing Lake Moogerah because of its proximity to the lookout.

"We have very grave concerns for Tina," he said.

Ms Greer's family continues to hope she will be found alive.

"It's not sounding good," said her father, Phil.

Anyone with information should contact Crime Stoppers on 1800 333 000.