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MISSING PERSON – Margaret Bernie

Posted on 28/01/2021

Margaret Anne Bernie would now be 67 years old.

She was last seen at her Mount Gambier home on Monday morning, 25 January 1988.

Her family became seriously concerned for her safety and welfare when she was not seen again and no contact was made by her.

Margaret was later reported missing by her sister to the Mount Gambier Police.

In July and December 1989 there was a possible sighting of Margaret by friends in Adelaide. Despite extensive enquiries Margaret was not located and her disappearance remains a mystery.

After all this time there is still no paper trail to provide any clues as to her whereabouts and no contact has been made with her family or friends.

Grave concerns are held for Margaret’s safety and welfare.

Margaret has a tattoo of a bluebird on her left hip and a gold filling on the front of her right front tooth. She has a fair complexion, 160cm tall with a slim build and auburn hair.

If you have information that may assist to locate Margaret please call Crime Stoppers on 1800 333 000 or go to www.crimestopperssa.com.au




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