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Police concerned about three missing people from Maryborough

Police need help finding this 15-year-old girl who went missing from her Wolseley St home in Maryborough sometime during the night of November 20.
Police need help finding this 15-year-old girl who went missing from her Wolseley St home in Maryborough sometime during the night of November 20. Contributed

FEARS are held for a 15-year-old girl and two Maryborough residents who have gone missing in separate incidents in the past few months.

The teenage girl left home on November 20 and has still not been found.

Police are also searching for a 39-year-old man and a 42-year-old woman who disappeared in separate incidents.

Claudia Jefferies, 42, last made contact with her family on September 2.

Craig Moore, 39, was last seen on October 26 near the Maryborough Transit Centre.

The 15-year-old, whose name has not been released, went missing from her Wolseley St home the night of November 20.

Police said they are concerned for the welfare of all three.

Ms Jefferies is described as caucasian, about 165cm tall, of a slim build with light blonde shoulder-length hair.

It is believed she may have access to a white 1991 model Mazda 121 with Queensland registration 923DAF.

Mr Moore is described as caucasian, about 185cm tall, with a slim build and straight brown hair.

The girl, 15, is caucasian in appearance, 160cms tall, medium build, with brown hair and hazel eyes.

Anyone with information on any of these missing people is urged to phone Maryborough police on 4123 8111 or Crime Stoppers on 1800 333 000.

Earlier this year, Detective Senior Sergeant Damien Powell, the officer-in-charge of Queensland Police Missing Persons Unit, said police relied heavily on public information.

Police are searching for Claudia Jefferies, 42, who may have access to a white 1991 model Mazda 121 with Queensland registration 923DAF.
Police are searching for Claudia Jefferies, 42, who may have access to a white 1991 model Mazda 121 with Queensland registration 923DAF.

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