Logan City: Two Meadowbrook photography TAFE students taking a walk this morning, discovered a woman’s near-naked body in low-lying grass on the banks of the Logan River.
Charlene Foley, 38 of Kingston, was last seen on Wednesday night after she told her husband she was going for a walk for fresh air. She never returned.
Logan City Police have released the following statement:
‘Mrs Foley appears to have left her Kingston address at about seven-thirty on the night of the 15th and then made her way along Juers Street.’
‘We believe she met someone, relocating to a Meadowbrook address soon thereafter. There were sounds of a struggle on Juers Street, and we’re currently looking for a white sedan that was seen in the area around that time. We are also searching for her mobile phone’s SIM card.’
‘Cadets from Oxley Academy will be doing a ground search today, retracing her movements along the river, Armstrong Rd and its surrounds.’
Photography student Len Skapp who discovered the body said, ‘We were photographing birds and I said to John what’s that in the background? I thought it was someone sunbathing in the grass.’
Mrs Foley leaves behind two daughters and a son.
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I didn’t write it into the book like that. That’s a serious adult piece inside there. Len Skapp is just a spontaneous name l came up with for this post for fun.
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