Sunshine Coast woman missing in Agnes Water area

Noosa's Chloe Spillane
Noosa's Chloe Spillane Contributed

THE family of a Sunshine Coast woman reported missing in the Agnes Water area are appealing to the public to help find her.

Noosa's Chloe Spillane was last seen in Agnes Water three days ago.

In a post made by Ms Spillane's sister on Facebook, she reportedly has no money, food or mobile phone and has died her hair black.

"She is mentally unstable at the moment and desperately needs help," the post by Anna Spillane reads.

People are being asked to keep an eye out for her car, a black Toyota Camry with registration number 228 KFG.


It is unknown whether Ms Spillane is with the car or on foot.

If either are sighted, the public are being asked to please contact police immediately and quote police reference number QP1501147071.

Missing last week

Ms Spillane's family first took to Facebook last week appealing for information on her whereabouts after she left Noosa on Saturday, August 8 to visit her mother in Toogoolawah but never arrived. 

She was reportedly seen in Crows Nest and Esk the following afternoon.

On Tuesday, August 12 Ms Spillane's family were advised she had been spotted in Miriam Vale, more than 400km from Esk, and was heading towards Gladstone.

She was later found in Miriam Vale and was reportedly safe with family.

Topics:  agnes water missing police sunshine coast

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