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About Kathleen Riethmuller 

A lady who disappeared from Sydney in October 2016 may still be alive and residing in Melbourne, according to police in that state.

CCTV footage from October 28 in North Sydney shows Kathleen Riethmuller, a 28-year-old from Brisbane, visiting a Bunnings on Reserve Rd, Artarmon before disappearing along a major route. Later that day, a member of the public on Centennial Ave, Lane Cove, found her backpack, which included her identification, bank cards, money, and other personal stuff.

The Deputy Premier and Minister of Police, Paul Toole, told reporters on Monday that they think Ms. Riethmuller went to Melbourne in search of work.

Because officials have not been able to get in touch with Ms. Riethmuller, Mr. Toole has appealed to the public for assistance in locating her.

“We shouldn’t discount the rippling effect that occurs when a person goes missing for no apparent reason or without a trace,” he said.

The public’s assistance is needed, but the police are determined to locate Kathleen and return her safely to her loved ones and friends.

How did the police find Kathleen Riethmuller?

Police think Ms. Riethmuller checked into a hostel on Sir John Young Crescent in Woolloomooloo on October 28. She was also a frequent visitor to a flat on Sydney’s King St.

Though she rarely left the house, she never went to her bedroom. Instead, she abruptly fled and was last seen in North Sydney, where she was reportedly wearing a long-sleeved denim dress and black flat shoes.

A group of her friends has set up a special social media account to help track her down. No one knows what happened to her, and according to Detective Chief Superintendent Glen Browne, the woman’s behavior was “obviously out of character.”

Kathleen Riethmuller: Who is she? What did she do?

“When she was last seen, she was acting in a way that was plainly out of character, and we have been unable to determine any rational explanation for her actions that day and her subsequent disappearance,” he said.

In the end, public support is crucial. From October 20 to October 22, many different household items for a total of $410 were posted under her name on a Gumtree account headquartered in Sydney.

A yoga mat, an antique room divider, a lamp, an easel, and a framed mosaic painting were among the goods up for grabs. However, the ad was taken down shortly after she disappeared, just like her profile.

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