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
Media conference by Tina's brother Adam appealing for information -
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
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
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
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
"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
"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
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
Her car, a Commodore sedan, was found locked, but with her mobile
phone and other possessions inside, at the Governors Chair Lookout, near
Ipswich Detective Inspector Lew Strohfeldt said divers and mounted
police were combing Lake Moogerah because of its proximity to the
"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