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Girl missing after double murder

The car, believed to be driven by a man, is described as being a 2006 silver Holden Viva station wagon with Queensland registration 965JFC and is believed to be in the northern NSW area, near Casino or Kyogle.
The car, believed to be driven by a man, is described as being a 2006 silver Holden Viva station wagon with Queensland registration 965JFC and is believed to be in the northern NSW area, near Casino or Kyogle.

QUEENSLAND and New South Wales police have launched a desperate search for a five-year-old girl missing from a Robina unit where two bodies were found this morning.

The girl is missing from the Robina unit where the bodies of a man and a woman were discovered about 8am today.

Police are looking for a 2006 silver Holden Viva station wagon with Queensland registration 965JFC in connection with the girl's disappearance.

It is believed to be in the Northern NSW area, possibly near Casino or Kyogle.

Anyone with information about the abduction is asked to phone 131 564.

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