Discussion in 'Located Persons Discussion' started by Nacho, Apr 7, 2015.
Oh I just noticed the stuff from the daily mail. (Thanks iPad) She met a colleague.
She meets a colleague at the school at 11, and stays there till 1 and sends an email.
Yes I saw your very thorough post only after I posted my first post. My iPad somehow didn't load those posts though it did the ones after it.
This should be entered into the timeline as a significant time as well.
"I spoke to her on Saturday night, about 10.30pm. I was in Canowindra, back at mum and dad's place, and she was in Leeton," Mr Leeson-Woolley said.
Does anyone know what time she spoke to her friend on Easter Sunday?
Her fiance says the following in this article:http://www.theherald.com.au/story/2...or-missing-bride-to-be-stephanie-scott/?cs=12
"One of her friends rang her on Easter Sunday and she was saying how she was excited and couldn't wait [for the wedding]. That's the last time [anyone heard from her]."
Is it confirmed she sent the email from the school though. Perhaps it was sent from her phone? That would change the timeline alot. I wonder what her plans were for the day?
Her Mother told Ben Fordham on 2GB that she had sent the email at 12.59 from the school.
Stephanie Scotts fiance Aaron Leeson-Woolley has confirmed plans are in place to cancel the couples wedding at Eugowra on the weekend.
We've started cancelling the wedding, he said.
Mr Leeson-Woolley said he could not comprehend what had happened.
Here's her missing page if anyone is interested:
I'm glad there is a thread here, it has been all over my facebook. I have family in Leeton and they've been posting lots of updates.
... as family hires private helicopter to search for her ???
The locals are driving around and looking alongside the roads for her.
Her sister was speaking Chris Smith on 2GB just after 12pm today and was adamant that she is not a runaway bride. Stephanie was very excited and looking forward to the wedding and honeymoon.
She purchased a bikini and sunscreen for the honeymoon on the Saturday.
Robyn also said she was at the school Easter Sunday leaving some instructions for her relief teacher, she'd picked up the keys from a colleague.
Stephanie had NO enemies. She was loved by her students and their parents.
Hope she is found alive. I must say my hinky meter re fiance is not going off in this case. I saw him on the news and he came across as honestly distraught. Is it quite possible she was involved in a single car accident, as in, the conditions make it likely in that region?
Hmmm, you said it!!
Doesnt pick up phone when fiance calls but sends an email an hour later.......
Yeah, saw a pic of that red chopper on channel 9 news tonight. Would there be some reason that police would not be searching with their helicopter? They don't think it's warranted or have some other theory??
I actually felt he was less distraught than what I'd have expected. Just something a bit tempered in his demeanour to my mind.
'Everything seemed pretty fine'
'Im feeling pretty distressed'...
What's this 'pretty' business? Not quite fine? Not quite distressed? Just makes it sound like someone's not disclosing everything.
For police to keep stating that she 'may be travelling around' in a red Mazda, sounds a bit like they don't think she's been abducted. Just saying.
It seems that Stephanie had no plans for that Sunday afternoon, but I wonder if she decided to drive to Eugowra, where the wedding was to be held the next weekend. She seemed to be fully engrossed in wedding preparations - buying bridal party gifts, honeymoon arrangements, arranging her school work. If she wasn't meeting her fiance till 8pm for dinner, she may have thought she had time to go there and back ... to check out the venue, or for some other unknown reason. Long round-trip drive though.
Eugowra is closer and on the way to Canowindra, where her fiance's parents live.
"Mrs Scott said her daughter had no plans after she visited the school on Sunday ....."
"More than 100 friends and family are expected at the wedding to be held in the town of Eugowra .... "