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Former Victoria Police homicide detective Charlie Bezzina speaks on probe into Ballarat woman Samantha Murphy’s disappearance

Former Victoria Police homicide detective Charlie Bezzina speaks on probe into Ballarat woman Samantha Murphy’s disappearance

A former Victoria Police homicide detective has shared his theory on why police have scaled back the search for missing jogger Samantha Murphy, saying it’s likely they know more about what happened than they’re letting on.

The 51-year-old left her Ballarat East home on February 4 to go jogging near the Canadian State Forest and has not been seen since.

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On Saturday, it was announced the search for the mother-of-three would be scaled back.

“The investigative stage of the investigation continues and as any new information comes to hand identifying areas of interest, the search will be scaled up,” police said.

Former Victoria Police homicide detective Charlie Bezzina said the decision to scale back the search likely meant that police had a particular line of inquiry they were looking into.

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Police have remained tight-lipped about what they think happened to Murphy, but have been steadfast in their belief her disappearance is not suspicious.

“The fact that they’ve scaled back the search is indicative that they’re looking at a particular line of inquiry,” Bezzina told Sunrise.

“They’re not gonna air that, they’ll keep it close to their chest and continue to say that it’s nothing sinister or criminal at this stage, but I think everything’s on the table.”

Bezzina said there were multiple plausible possibilities about what could have happened to Murphy, including that she may have chosen to leave her home and family of her own accord.

“It could well be misadventure, or could be that she’s involved with a family member of sorts, it could be anything,” he said.

Samantha Murphy has been missing for over 10 days. Credit: Supplied

The former homicide detective also said it was likely that police were looking into past criminal activity that occurred in and around the Ballarat area.

He said one incident involving a young woman who was bashed by a man while out jogging last year was particularly “concerning”.

Sissy Austin, 28, was running with headphones near the Blast Furnace Picnic Area in Lal Lal, about 20km from Ballarat East, on February 11 when she was assaulted by an unknown man.

The man struck Austin in the head with what police described at the time as a “hand-made weapon” consisting of a rock tied to the end of a branch.

She suffered serious facial injuries, and her attacker has never been found.

Victoria Police have not confirmed they are looking into Austin’s case in connection to the disappearance of Murphy.

Multiple agencies including the SES and Victoria Police have been involved in the search for the missing Ballarat mother. Credit: AAP

Key Facebook page deleted

Following the news police would scale back their search efforts, the administrator of the Find Samantha Murphy Facebook group announced on Sunday that she would be deleting the group.

The group had garnered thousands of members since its inception.

Page administrator Cin Hobbs said it had “served its purpose”.

“Thanks for all the amazing support, I hope to get on with my life now with my beautiful family that I will never take for granted again,” she said.

“Bless you all, I’ll still be shouting for Sam’s return.”

Samantha Murphy was known to run long distances in remote areas near her home. Credit: 7NEWS

Police said they remained in regular contact with the Murphy family, including her husband Mick, about the investigation.

Murphy regularly jogged about 14-15km through remote areas near her home.

The morning she disappeared she was carrying her phone and wearing a smartwatch, with police working with telecommunications staff to try to identify her route.

Police confirmed her mobile phone did ping at a telecommunications tower 11km from her home.

Detectives investigating the disappearance of Murphy are asking people with February 4 dashcam or CCTV footage of the Ballarat East, Buninyong and Mount Helen areas to come forward.

Murphy is Caucasian, about 173cm tall, with a slim build and shoulder-length blonde hair.

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