I don't know how to upload a photo but the text of the poster read "Have you seen her? Karen was wearing a black jacket, flared at the waist. Two large buttons at the top of the jacket are distinctive. Her handbag was metallic (gold/silver) with a pocket at each end. Worn over the shoulder or the crook of the arm. This is also distinctive. Do (sic) you see her around 10am and after on Wednesday 29th of January."Oh I don’t think I ever saw those. Just the photocopied one with her photo stating missing person , her name and age.
That’s odd about coat buttons. Was it the same description as jacket on mannequin.
Ristevski daughter quizzes dad in secret recording
Borce: I'm not telling anyone what I did.
Sarah: I know, that's why I'm not going to say anything. You stopped on Milleara Road then went somewhere else, why?
Borce: I went to get shisha.
Sarah: Did you?
Did he actually stop on Milleara Road? Where on the road and why did he stop?
It is understood Victoria Police are yet to determine whether Ms Ristevski was wearing shoes when she left her home in Melbourne’s northwestern suburb of Avondale Heights on June 29.
Her husband, Borce, has told police she left the home at 10am after an argument to “clear her head”. He said she left with a Coach-branded handbag with $850 of cash and went for a walk near the Maribyrnong River behind the house, where there is a walking track.
Sept 2016 article
Nup, that wouldn’t be Sarah’s writing. That’s more old school in my opinion. And actually it looks like it could be from someone who has studied in Europe . Look at the formation of the letter e in have you “see” her around.Picture of the poster with the description of clothing.
Not forgetting he is able to leave home drive to his parents' eat dinner and get back home in an hour(or just under)! He is super time efficient! (¿inefficient)One more clue
He probably had less than half an hour to do all the above. He also apparently had to use Google maps to find the location. This guy must be speedy Gonzales
Yes I know she didn't walk, I was just trying to figure out what she was wearing.
And also "he" said she went for a walk near the river behind the house which doesn't seem to be true.
Auntie or Sarah, I think.Yes. I always wondered who wrote the handwritten missing posters with the detailed description of her jacket and bag. Those posters posted near our house were frantic/pleading. The author was so careful with the descriptive detail of coat buttons.
Edit - to initially thought Sarah based on handwriting looking a bit youthful.
I knew that Tootsie.
I am just livid.
Lies, lies and more lies.
Will Karen's family and loved ones ever learn the real truth?