Mystery surrounds the disappearance of a couple that disappeared moments after they told their family they were traveling back from a vacation – as police searching for their Range Rover
- Mystery envelops the disappearance of the Victorian couple Guy and Susan Beasley
- Pair was last seen leaving a Whiteheads Creek property in Seymour on Monday
- The couple told family that they would travel through Dinner Plain on the drive home
- Police looking for their Land Rover Discovery Wagon 2016 with plates AJT 166
Mystery continues to hide the sudden disappearance of a couple who disappeared while traveling home.
Guy Beasley, 70, and his wife Susan, 69, told family that they were returning to their home in Willung, in remote Victoria on Monday.
They were last seen driving away from a home in Whiteheads Creek, near the town of Seymour, and were planning to pass Dinner Plain.
Guy Beasley, 70, and his wife Susan, 69, told relatives that they were on their way back to their Willung home, in remote Victoria, on Monday
Susan Beasley was last seen with her husband in the pair's white 2016 Land Rover Discovery Wagon
Family has described their sudden disappearance as out of character and concerned about their well-being.
The police are now looking for the couple and their vehicle, a white 2016 Land Rover Discovery Wagon with license plates AJT 166.
Guy is described as being 175 cm tall and of average architectural style, which was last seen in dark-colored clothing.
Susan is 165 cm tall, has an average length and was last seen in a rust-colored T-shirt, skinny jeans and a black jacket with zipper and a gray quilted collar.
The police are now looking for the couple and their vehicle, a white 2016 Land Rover Discovery Wagon with license plates AJT 166
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