A three-day search using a cadaver dog has failed to find any sign of a Belgian tourist who went missing in Tasmania.
Celine Cremer, 31, was last seen in the Philosopher Falls area near Cradle Mountain in the state’s northwest on June 17.
A two-week search was suspended on July 10 after experts advised she could not have survived in bad weather.
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A cadaver dog was deployed on Friday to search an additional “area of interest” at Philosopher Falls following new information about Cremer’s phone activity.
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“While every effort was made during this latest search, sadly, Celine remains missing,” Tasmania Police western district commander Stuart Wilkinson said on Monday.
“The searchers faced extremely poor weather conditions and every effort was made to try and locate her.
“When a person remains missing, the case is never closed.
“We will continue to follow up any new information …. so we can provide closure to her family.
“Our thoughts remain with them and Celine’s loved ones during this difficult time.”
Belgian tourist Celine Cremer has not been seen since June after she went on a walk in Tasmania. Credit: AAP
A car belonging to Cremer, who is believed to have set off on a walk, was found in the falls car park on June 27.
Police say her car had been there since at least June 20, the last time her mobile had signal.
She was reported missing by her family on June 26, sparking a major search.
Philosopher Falls is a multi-tier waterfall encased in thick rainforest.
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