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

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  1. fruity

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    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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    Search continues for missing prospectors Jennie and Raymond Kehlet
    April 10, 2015 11:52AM
    http://www.perthnow.com.au/news/sea...d-raymond-kehlet/story-e6frg12c-1227298623321[​IMG]
    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/wes...earch-called-off/story-fnj4anv2-1227302440882

     
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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/australi...alian-outback-confirmed-as-missing-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/wes...ar-after-10-days/story-fnhocxo3-1227309490063
     
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    Wait, so the remains previously reported as

    (http://www.9news.com.au/National/20...ns-found-in-outback-search-for-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

    (http://www.9news.com.au/National/20...ns-found-in-outback-search-for-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?
     
  15. GGE

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    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/australi...alian-outback-confirmed-as-missing-prospector
     
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    Police have just appealed for the public's help in locating items belonging to Jennie.

    http://www.abc.net.au/news/2015-04-...ector-jennie-kehlet-gps-chains-search/6425176
     
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    Family of the missing Goldfields prospector want mystery solved

    The family of the prospector found dead in a remote WA Goldfields say the "jigsaw puzzle" surrounding his death and the whereabouts of his missing wife needs to be solved.

    Ms Kehlet's son Darcy said there were a lot of questions unanswered.

    "It's a big jigsaw puzzle we are fumbling with at that minute," he said.

    "Anything we can get our hands on would be a big help... knowledge is what we are after at the minute."

    Darcy said even though the couple had never been prospecting in the remote regions of WA before, the pair were experienced bush campers.


    http://www.watoday.com.au/wa-news/f...ctor-want-mystery-solved-20150427-1muhkz.html
     
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    Is anyone else completely bothered by this case?
     
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    It's so strange. We are definitely only getting part of the story.
     
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    Kehlet’s outback vanishing act just doesn’t make sense
    http://www.perthnow.com.au/news/opi...oesnt-make-sense/story-fnhocuug-1227330762058

    "If Raymond Kehlet had been discovered face down on Cottesloe Beach and his wife, Jennie, last seen outside the Indiana, a task force would have been formed before the ink was dry on the front page of the paper. The detectives would still be working around the clock now, some six weeks on from the disappearance.

    But alas, the Kehlet’s greatest crime was to run into serious trouble a long way from St George’s Terrace."



    I agree, it doesn't make much sense, if she was with him when he fell why did she take all their ropes/chains/etc with her to go get help?
    And why did they have a loaded gun in the car?
    And why was their quad bike found 500m from camp?

    :waitasec:
     

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