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Did you see Sharon Edwards's car on night she went missing?

Sharon Edwards's car is not parked outside the Lawrence General Store.
Sharon Edwards's car is not parked outside the Lawrence General Store.

UPDATE 2.40pm:

SHARON Edwards's red Holden Cruze is now parked outside the Lawrence General Store in hope it will jog someone's memory as to the Grafton teacher's whereabouts.

It is unknown whether her car was in the area after the last confirmed sighting of Sharon on the night of March 14, as it was found parked at her Riverdale Crt home in Grafton, but police hold hopes it may spark a lead. 

Sharon Edwards - missing person Photo: Adam Hourigan / The Daily Examiner.
Sharon Edwards - missing person Photo: Adam Hourigan / The Daily Examiner. Adam Hourigan

Police have been door-knocking in the Lawrence area yesterday and today, speaking with more than a dozen locals. The police command truck is also parked outside the general store.

Inquiries are still heavily focussed on her whereabouts.

Police revealed they spoke with Sharon's estranged husband John Edwards earlier today in what was a general wellbeing check and to return some of his property. 

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1pm: POLICE will address the media this afternoon in relation to the Sharon Edwards case.

54-year-old Sharon Edwards was last seen between 10-11pm on Saturday March 14, 2015 in Grafton.

Sharon is a dedicated teacher at a local school and was due to teach classes but failed to attend.

Police have formed Strike Force Burrow to investigate the circumstances of her disappearance, comprising detectives from Coffs/Clarence Local Area Command and the Northern Region.

Investigators are appealing for community assistance to find her and anyone with information about her whereabouts is urged to phone Grafton Police Station on 6642 0222 or Crime Stoppers.

Topics:  homicide missing person police sharon edwards



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