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Victoria Police ‘scale back’ search for missing Ballarat mum Samantha Murphy

Victoria Police ‘scale back’ search for missing Ballarat mum Samantha Murphy

The search for missing Ballarat mum-of-three Samantha Murphy has been scaled back, six days after she disappeared while on a run in regional Victoria.

Victoria Police said on Saturday the active search phase would be scaled back, however, investigators would continue to be in contact with Murphy’s family.

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“The current phase of the active search for Samantha was scaled back over the weekend.” Victoria Police said.

“Despite extensive searches in the area over the past six days, no sign of Samantha has been located.

“While no sinister factors have been identified in Samantha’s disappearance at this time, there are significant concerns given it has now been six days without her being sighted or any signs of her current whereabouts.

“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.”

Murphy was last seen leaving her Eureka St home at Ballarat East about 7am on Sunday to go for a 20km run near the Canadian State Forest.

Search crews have been scouring a vast area of Ballarat looking for the mother of three. Credit: James Ross/AAP

She has not been seen or heard from since.

Hundreds of volunteers and emergency service personnel scoured bushland and known running trails in the area during an extensive six-day search this week.

Murphy’s husband Mick and daughter Jess also spoke at a press conference on Thursday, saying “someone has got to know something”.

Samantha Murphy’s husband Mick and daughter Jess. Credit: 7NEWS

“People just don’t vanish into thin air. You know, whether it be any little thing that you might think is relevant, just call the police, let them know,” Mick said.

Missing persons investigators join probe

After days of searching with few clues, on Friday Victoria Police confirmed detectives from the missing persons squad would take on the investigation and work with local officers.

During a press conference on Friday, police inspector Bob Heaney said Murphy had both her mobile phone and GPS watch on her when she was last seen.

A CCTV image of Murphy leaving her home shows the watch on her left wrist.

Detective Acting Superintendent Mark Hatt said officers were working with telecommunications technicians to try to figure out Murphy’s movements when she left home.

Asked if police had been able to track the watch or phone, Hatt said they “could not comment” and were continuing to work with the technicians.

Possible leads

Two campers have reportedly informed police they saw the missing mother run past their campsite the day before she disappeared — while also reporting an encounter with a “strange” man in the area.

Melbourne woman Rebecca Agheli told The Australian she and her partner Michael Churchill had a frightening encounter with a “strange dishevelled man” they saw in bushland near where Murphy went missing, the Thursday before her disappearance.

The pair had pulled over near Ballarat Gold Mine, about 5km from Murphy’s home to use metal detectors when they saw the man.

Churchill confirmed the encounter to the outlet.

“All of a sudden there’s this guy walking towards me — a real creepy looking guy,” he said.

“This guy was definitely out of the ordinary. I’m a pretty decent sized guy and I can more than handle myself, and it was enough for me to grab my partner and say ‘Let’s get the f*** out of here. Let’s go’.

“If this lady hadn’t gone missing, God bless her soul, I would probably have never ever thought about this again,” he said.

Agheli said she and her partner slept in their rented motorhome in nearby Woowookarung Regional Park for two nights and said they saw Murphy run past on the Saturday, and wish them good morning, which was reported to police when the couple learned of her disappearance.

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