is there more info referring to looking for car parts or is it an assumption from the quote above?SEPTEMBER 18 2014
Sergeant John King from the police rescue squad told a briefing on Thursday morning that vehicles would travel into mountainous regions to look for evidence such as rubbish discarded from cars.
"We are moving to a more evidence-based search," he said.
"Something may have been discarded from a car."
15 September 2014
Superintendent Paul Fehon said the State Emergency Service's volunteers will walk the forest's trails as they search for part of a vehicle that may have become detached.
Teams of emergency services began the first of a two-day search of roadsides ‘‘in case something has been thrown’’, said NSW Police Rescue Sergeant John King.
‘‘It will be a sweep search of the side of the road,’’ he told volunteers at a briefing in Kendall on Thursday.
Police have asked anyone who knows a person or car that was using Benaroo Drive or in Kendall on Friday to contact Crime Stoppers on 1800 333 000.
A couple of early articles.
I don't recall if it was ever said anything was found.
But the bolded line is interesting in hindsight. Given it was a long time before we heard about the cars fm saw across the road.
because to me that sentence
"Something may have been discarded from a car." could imply something inside the car rather than something belonging to the car.
I wonder if william has a missing toy??
was eating a biscuit ...drinking a popper drink ....etc
might be that very obvious link that is being withheld from public consumption :thinking: