Brisbane Queensland Missing – A woman from Queensland has not been seen for more than a week, and as more time passes, her family and the authorities are becoming increasingly anxious about her whereabouts. Because it is out of character for Lesley Trotter, age 78, to go missing, a comprehensive search is now being done both on land and water in an effort to locate her as soon as feasible.
Because it is well knowledge that Trotter enjoys going hiking and bushwalking there, the police have suggested that Mt. Coot-tha could be a destination of interest because of this. On Thursday, members of the local police department and representatives from the state’s emergency services began looking into a variety of bush paths in the vicinity.
The search is being performed in an effort to find her as quickly as possible. Her most recent contact with her family occurred on Monday, March 27, at approximately eleven in the morning. She has not spoken to them since then. After then, members of her family went to her residence in Brisbane, but she was nowhere to be found, and nobody has seen her or heard from her since then.
Since then, nobody has seen her or heard from her. Since then, she has not been seen or heard from by anyone. The woman from Toowong did not take her cell phone or any money with her when she left. She also did not take any money with her. The authorities have a significant amount of concern for her health and well-being.