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Queensland Police are calling on the general public to assist determine the drivers and house owners of 70 automobiles that had been noticed close to a far north Queensland seashore on the time of Toyah Cordingley’s homicide.

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No arrest has been made multiple month after the 24-year-old’s physique was discovered on Wangetti Seashore, north of Cairns.

Police at this time launched a brief video and stills of 70 automobiles that travelled between Clifton Seashore and Wangetti Seashore between 5.02pm and 5.07pm on October 21.

“We imagine that these drivers could maintain data which is significant to the investigation transferring ahead,” Detective Inspector Sonia Smith informed reporters.

“What we want to do is urge the general public to work the video, take a look at the nonetheless pictures and determine whether or not that’s their car within the footage or within the pictures.

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“The data is necessary to us and we’d encourage individuals to return ahead and speak to police.”

Detective Inspector Smith mentioned the footage and stills included automobiles, bikes and vehicles. She mentioned detectives had been in search of any data that will progress the investigation.

“Each piece of knowledge is significant to our investigation. As you’ll be able to respect it might simply take one small piece of knowledge to ensure that us to have the ability to determine the offender,” she mentioned.

“That is all about placing items of the puzzle collectively.”

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When requested to touch upon the specifics as to the homicide weapon, Detective Inspector declined to remark.

“I’m not ready to touch upon that side of the investigation at the moment,” she mentioned.

Though police are nonetheless no nearer to creating an arrest, Detective Inspector Smith mentioned Crime Stoppers has acquired greater than 1100 calls from the general public.

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Earlier this month, Ms Cordingley’s household begged anybody holding again details about her homicide to return ahead.

“If there’s anybody who’s holding again or is aware of one thing about this, irrespective of how small the knowledge could also be, we plead with you to return ahead to convey us nearer to discovering who and why anybody would do that to our Toyah,” Toyah’s mom, Vanessa Gardiner mentioned.

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“You possibly can assist our damaged household by bringing hope and justice for Toyah’s mindless demise.

“Life for us won’t ever, ever be the identical. A message from Toyah to everybody, particularly all of the younger girls on the earth – NEVER GIVE UP!”

Ms Cordingley’s physique was discovered on the seashore by her father, who was out with a search get together a day after she went lacking.

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The younger girl had visited the seashore on Sunday, October 21 to stroll her canine and was reported lacking when she didn’t return dwelling that night.

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