Police scour property for clues in Leeann Lapham disappearance

Police search for missing Innisfail mother Leeann Lapham. Photo: QPS MediaDetectives are searching through twisted metal, old tyres, and other discarded car parts after receiving information about the disappearance of far north Queensland mother.

Leeann Lapham, then 30, was last seen on the corner of Grace Street and Fitzgerald Esplanade, Innisfail about 7.30pm on April 19, 2010.

She was pushing a pram carrying her one-month-old son, Bradley.

Innisfail Criminal Investigation Branch Detective Sergeant Matt Bauer said on Thursday police would begin excavating land at a premises on Aerodrome Road, Mundoo near Innisfail – a rural township about 60 kilometre south of Cairns.

“We have confirmed previously that any new evidence or information provided to us that could further our investigation would be followed up and investigated accordingly,” he said in a statement.

“We can confirm we have received information and for this reason, we have commenced the excavation at this location.”

At the time of her disappearance, the 30-year-old’s distraught mother Kerry Johnson made a public plea for information and described her disappearance as out of character.

“She’s a very bubbly girl, she’s very open, she’s a very strong girl, very strong,” she said in 2010.

“I just want her to come home.”

Ms Lapham is described as 170 centimetres tall with a slim build and straight brown shoulder length hair, green eyes, and fair skin.

She has a tattoo of coloured flowers on her right leg, black stars on the left calf, and the word RAVEN on the back of her left wrist.

Ms Lapham was last seen wearing black three-quarter length pants, a blue-green singlet top, and thongs. She was carrying a large leather handbag with light and dark brown diamond pattern.,

Anyone with information was urged to contact Crime Stoppers on 1800 333 000.

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