Police investigate Bunbury sighting of missing woman

Kate FieldingSouth Western Times

WA Police have recovered closed-circuit TV footage from the Bunbury area after an unconfirmed sighting of missing woman Carole Livesey.

Ms Livesey has been missing since she walked out of Rockingham Hospital on October 3 without permission from doctors and headed to the Waikiki Salvation Army — a place she had volunteered at in the past.

Police released CCTV stills of Ms Livesey last week when she was sighted in the Mandurah area.
Camera IconPolice released CCTV stills of Ms Livesey last week when she was sighted in the Mandurah area.

A police spokeswoman confirmed to the South Western Times that information had been received from the Bunbury area into the disappearance of Ms Livesey, but the information was being investigated.

“There was an unconfirmed sighting in the South West . . . There is nothing to confirm it was in fact Carole,” the spokeswoman said.

Police released CCTV stills of Ms Livesey last week when she was sighted in the Mandurah area.
Camera IconPolice released CCTV stills of Ms Livesey last week when she was sighted in the Mandurah area.

The spokeswoman did confirm CCTV footage had been sought by police.

Ms Livesey is described as being 165-170cm tall, with a slim build, brown hair, blue eyes, fair skin and wearing a nose ring.

She had a distinctive blue coloured cast on her right arm, set at about 30 degrees.

Police say she also has an English accent.

Police released CCTV stills of Ms Livesey last week when she was sighted in the Mandurah area.
Camera IconPolice released CCTV stills of Ms Livesey last week when she was sighted in the Mandurah area.

Anyone who has seen Ms Livesey or knows of her whereabouts should call police on 131 444.

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