The father of a woman missing for more than two years has made a public appeal for any with information about his “warm and understanding daughter” to come forward.
Kerrie-Anne Levitski, 38, was last seen leaving her father’s rural property in Mount Darragh, in the state’s south, on March 30, 2014.
Her wallet, bank cards and phone were left untouched and Kerrie-Anne has not been seen or heard from since this date.
Extensive land and ground searches have failed to find the missing woman, and John Levitski has appealed for help from anyone who has information about his missing daughter.
He described Kellie-Anne as being a “warm and understanding woman with a generous heart”. “I miss her terribly and would like to know what has happened to her,” he said.
Police say she is believed to have left the property on foot some time between 8.30pm on March 30 and 9.30am the following day.
“Serious concerns are held for her welfare, as not only is her disappearance out of character, she also has a number of medical conditions that require treatment,” police said in a statement.
Anyone with any information regarding Kellie-Anne should contact Crime Stoppers on 1800 333 000.
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