Natarn Auld Biography — Wiki
Natarn Auld is a missing mother-of-three who vanished after buying cigarette papers in the early hours of the morning as the search has been called off. Auld left her home in Capalaba in Brisbane’s south on December 14 at 3am. She told a friend she was going to buy cigarette papers in the northern suburb of Banyo.
Police have released CCTV footage taken at a BP service station at Capalaba at 11.50pm the night before, showing Auld checking out at the counter buying a coffee and food.
Natarn Auld Age
Natarn Auld is 38 years old.
Search for Natarn Auld is CALLED OFF as cops release last footage of her
Detectives and SES volunteers on Wednesday launched a search of bushland in an industrial area at Nudgee, west of the Gateway Motorway, as police divers scour Nudgee Creek. But the extensive police search for Natarn Auld – who has not made any contact with friends or family for over a week – was called off on Wednesday afternoon.
‘The last contact she had was with an associate in the early hours of that morning where she indicated she was off to buy some cigarette papers,’ Detective Inspector Stephen Hollins said. ‘We have been conducting inquiries in relation to her movements and we were able to establish that she was in Capalaba in the early hours of the 14th of December.
‘In the early hours of that morning we have information she was in the Banyo, Northgate area. We have no information beyond that time.’
Ms Natarn Auld has not accessed bank accounts or posted on social media since being reported missing.
‘We’re very worried, and so are her family,’ Detective Hollands said.
What we know so far about Natarn Auld
‘She’s a mother; she’s got three children. She’s missed her mother’s birthday, she’s missed a couple of pre-arranged family visits, and that is all added to our concerns, especially in the lead in to Christmas.’ Det Insp Hollands couldn’t say if police believed Ms Natarn Auld had met with foul play.
‘We’re not speculating on whether she might have been killed, but we’re very concerned, and we’re looking for anything, any of her clothing, any of her belongings – handbags, purses, her mobile phone – all of those things that may assist us in tracking the movements.’
Ms Auld is about 170cm tall with long brunette hair and a slight build. She was last seen wearing dark-coloured long pants, a dark jumper with long sleeves, thongs and a gold necklace.
Anyone with information is urged to contact police.