Qld police continue search for duo missing in capella gig in Melbourne
Police continue searching for the pair who went missing from a performance of the capella musical, It Happened One Night and are asking for the public’s help to find them.
Police told reporters they were still searching on Tuesday afternoon for 2청주출장안마2-year-old Michaela and 21-year-old Michael Tuckler-Barratt from Sydney.
The pair were in Melbourne on Saturday night for the performance at the Melbourne Opera House before travelling back to Sydney for the gig on Monday night.
Michaela was wearing a dress and had shoulder-length hair and an eye patch, while Michael Tuckler-Barratt was wearing a dress and had long hair and had a black bow tie.
Police had earlier issued a statement to media saying: “Police continue to receive a number of tips and a search is still ongoing to locate the pair, as well as a couple of people wanted in connection with the incident.
“Officers have not received any information regarding the pair having anything to do with the night of the incident.”
The theatre was not expecting any major disruptions this morning.
One of the co-stars, who asked not to be named, told News Limited she found “it shocking” and “shocking” how police responded to a reported kidnapping.
“It’s been really distressing, and it doesn’t even give a f**k because what would they do? I was hoping there were mo영양출장샵 영양출장마사지re people and they would make it alright and move on,” she said.
“It’s just ridiculous… they are treating it as a kidnap or any kind of prank, but it’s just so ridiculous.”
She said she and her partner found out they were safe and well about half-an-hour later after finding a text message in their luggage.
“We couldn’t believe it. My phone is literally a c**t right now,” she said.
media_camera Police were today searching for a pair of teenagers who went missing from a performance at the Melbourne Opera House on Monday night. Picture: Andrew Meares
media_camera Police have appealed for the public’s help to find the pair카지노 사이트. Picture: Nathan Dennehy
Originally published as Teenaged girls were kidnapped by police