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Natarn Auld

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  • Natarn Auld, 38, disappeared from his home in South Brisbane on December 14.
  • Investigators have been investigating his disappearance for two months
  • They now believe that he died after entering the garbage just before collection.

New salient details have emerged about how police believe a missing mother Natarn Auld of three may have died.

Investigators believe Natarn Auld may have died after entering an industrial container before being carried away by a garbage truck.

According to Courier Mail, Natarn Auld, 38, who has not been seen from her home in Capalaba, south Brisbane since she disappeared at 3am on December 14, 2020, looted the charity containers .

Her bank account and her phone were unaffected, and she hasn’t posted any social media posts since her last sighting after telling a friend that she would buy the rolling paper.

Natarn Auld (pictured) has not been seen since she left her home in South Brisbane in the early hours of December 14, 2020

Police have been closely investigating Ms Auld’s disappearance for the past two months, including tracking her cell phone and searching for hours of CCTV video.

Investigators have now managed to trace her phone from Capalaba to the Northgate area, about 25 miles away, while a garbage truck was picking up the trash that morning.

The last confirmed sighting of Ms. Auld was on December 14 at 3:30 a.m. on Redland Bay Rd in Capalaba, where she was alone under video surveillance.

Investigators discovered that her phone had been on for the next 40 minutes before heading north to Brisbane.

Despite extensive investigation, Ms. Auld was not subsequently seen on any other CCTV footage. Police believe there is no evidence that she was disconnected from her phone.

Investigators are reportedly investigating whether Ms Auld may have fallen into the garbage.

Police released closed-circuit footage in December taken at a BP gas station in Capalaba the night before her disappearance.

Police released a CCTV video in December last year that was filmed at a BP gas station in Capalaba at 11:50 p.m. the day before her disappearance. He showed Ms. Auld to check in at the counter and buy coffee and food.

SES detectives and volunteers began a search in the woods in an industrial area of ​​Nudgee, west of the Gateway Freeway, when police divers ransacked Nudgee Creek, but the search was called off multiple times, hours after Ms. Auld couldn’t see anything.

A report is being prepared for the coroner.