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    Australia - Jennie, 49, & Raymond Kehlet (fd dec'd), 47, Table Top, WA, 22 March 2015

    http://australia.news.net/article/3117286/

    A specialist team is scouring disused mine shafts as the search continues for two missing prospectors in Western Australia.

    Jennie Kehlet, 49 and Raymond Kehlet, 47, have not been seen since March 22.

    They were prospecting near an area called Table Top, just out of Sandstone, 730 kilometres north-east of Perth.

    Inspector Scott Morrissey said the couple were not experienced prospectors.
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    Human remains have been found but they are not those of Jennie and Raymond.

    http://www.9news.com.au/National/201...missing-couple

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    Their story is on the front page of news.com.au tonight.

    http://www.news.com.au/national/wa-p...-1227297820758

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    Search continues for missing prospectors Jennie and Raymond Kehlet
    April 10, 2015 11:52AM
    http://www.perthnow.com.au/news/sear...-1227298623321
    The land search for the missing coupe has so far covered 1205 hectares.
    The air search has covered more than 625 square kilometres.
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    “Numerous extra police and Department of Fire and Emergency Services personnel have been deployed today and join the search for the missing couple,” police said in a statement on Friday.
    more at link.

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    So the police found human remains of someone else who was missing during the search? I wonder how many people that go fossicking for minerals actually end up missing?

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    http://www.news.com.au/national/west...-1227302440882

    THE mystery disappearance of WA prospectors Jennie and Raymond Kehlet has deepened with authorities calling off the massive search.

    WA Police suspended the ground search efforts this afternoon, three weeks after the couple were last seen hunting for gold near the Table Top area outside Sandstone, 730kms northeast of Perth.

    Dozens of police and SES volunteers have been scouring the vast area, checking numerous abandoned mine shafts in hope of finding some clue of the Beverley couple’s whereabouts.

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    It's sad that they've called off the search, but it is such a huge area. It's a double mystery since they found other remains!

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    Remains found in Western Australian outback confirmed as missing prospector

    Skeletal remains found near Sandstone in the Western Australian outback, about 720km north-east of Perth, have been identified as belonging to missing prospector Raymond Keith Kehlet.
    In a statement on Friday, WA police said the remains had since been positively identified as belonging to Kehlet. The couple’s family has been told. Jennie Kehlet has not been found.


    http://www.theguardian.com/australia...ing-prospector
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    He must have stumbled into the mine shaft .


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    Mine shaft remains: Missing man’s cause of death still unclear after 10 days

    A POST mortem has yet to determine how missing prospector Raymond Kehlet died after his remains were identified on Friday.

    On Saturday, a police spokeswoman said: “The ground search for Jennie Anne Kehlet is still suspended, however inquiries are continuing.

    http://www.perthnow.com.au/news/west...-1227309490063
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    Wait, so the remains previously reported as

    What they found was another mystery all together – human remains, but not that of the missing husband or wife.

    The body is of someone else lost in the desert, so badly decomposed, police say it could have been there for months or even years.
    (http://www.9news.com.au/National/201...missing-couple)

    was actually the man who had been missing for 2.5 weeks prior to remains being found?

    Or did police find additional remains again?

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    Wait, so the remains previously reported as

    What they found was another mystery all together – human remains, but not that of the missing husband or wife.

    The body is of someone else lost in the desert, so badly decomposed, police say it could have been there for months or even years.
    (http://www.9news.com.au/National/201...missing-couple)

    was actually the man who had been missing for 2.5 weeks prior to remains being found?

    Or did police find additional remains again?

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    Quote Originally Posted by lampshade1 View Post
    Wait, so the remains previously reported as



    (http://www.9news.com.au/National/201...missing-couple)

    was actually the man who had been missing for 2.5 weeks prior to remains being found?

    Or did police find additional remains again?

    Yes, I think that's what it's suggesting..

    "The remains were found in an abandoned mine shaft on 8 April by one of the search teams, but were originally felt to be too old to belong to the missing couple.

    In a statement on Friday, WA police said the remains had since been positively identified as belonging to Kehlet. The couple’s family has been told. Jennie Kehlet has not been found."

    http://www.theguardian.com/australia...ing-prospector

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    Police have just appealed for the public's help in locating items belonging to Jennie.

    Jennie Kehlet was most likely carrying a GPS, chain and rope, and a metal detector on the day she and her husband disappeared near Sandstone...

    They have asked the public for help in finding the items in an effort to locate Ms Kehlet.

    "If you have been in this area and located any items of a similar description, we urge you to contact police so the items can be assessed," police said.
    http://www.abc.net.au/news/2015-04-2...search/6425176
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