.

By Kyra Gillespie

Police have not given up hope on finding missing woman Joanne Gaye Deason, who was last since in Gembrook on 22 August 2003.

Then in her thirties, Ms Deason left a note for her boyfriend stating she was going to school and would be home in the evening. Joanne failed to return home.

Police inquiries show that Joanne did not arrive at school. She was living with depression that the time of her disappearance.

Born in 1972, Ms Deason is described as Caucasian in appearance, 160cm tall with hazel eyes, light brown/auburn hair and a fair complexion.

She would now be 46 years old.

If you have information that may assist police to locate Joanne please call Crime Stoppers on 1800 333 000.

More News

 Seven Mount Evelyn Fire Brigade volunteers will step up to the challenge of the Melbourne Firefighter Stair Climb. They&...

David and Julia Graham are back home in Emerald after spending the last three months volunteering their time with the ...

SES battered by calls Wild winds battered the Dandenong Ranges last week bringing flooding and power outages to the region. ...

 New work boots will help Cire Community School students to kick open doors to future employment. James Simon from ...

That dinner set you got for Christmas that’s not your style? Take it to the Mount Evelyn Fire ...

Yarra Hills Secondary College students will be bringing the magic of Mary Poppins to life. They’ll perform Mary ...

Latest Sport

 Upwey’s Cameron Wheeler has made the Victorian Country Cricket League Team of the Year for the second ...

The Upwey-Tecoma Bowling Club members are looking forward to the completion of their new synthetic second green. Replacement of the ...