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'Get home safely': friends' plea for missing Caboolture teen

Billy-Anne Huxham.
Billy-Anne Huxham.

UPDATE 9.30AM

FRIENDS have taken to social media to express their concern for Caboolture kidnapping victim Billy-Anne Huxham.

The 18-year-old was abducted at gun point about 6am from a property on Gilbert Street, Caboolture on Tuesday and put in a silver 2014 Outlander.

Police believe her former boyfriend 32-year-old Carl Garry Chapman has been driving the vehicle.

On Wednesday morning, police said there were no updates on the case.

Meantime, the Facebook page of Ms Huxham, who also goes by the name of Billy-Anne Kunst, was inundated with posts by people concerned for her well-being.

One friend wrote: "Can't believe what I'm hearing and seeing".

"I know you're a staunch b**** and would put up a fight no matter what but my girl please just come back home safely."

Another wrote: "Time to pull your head in woman get out of that… scene! Get home safely".

At 5.40am on Tuesday morning, just 20 minutes before she is alleged to have been kidnapped, Ms Huxham wrote: "Well good morning f******; today looks like its FINE FORM yeeeeeow don't be getting lippy unless yas wanna have crack 4510, Mwa xo".

EARLIER:

POLICE have no leads in the whereabouts of Billy-Anne Huxham after she was abducted from Caboolture this morning.

Moreton District Crime Group Detective Acting Inspector Steve Windsor said the police were seeking urgent public assistance following the incident at Gilbert Street, Caboolture.

Act Insp Windsor said it is believed the 18-year-old was abducted at gun point and put in a silver 2014 Outlander just after 6am this morning.

"The police have serious concerns for her welfare," he said.

Detectives believe the vehicle is being driven by 32-year-old Carl Garry Chapman, who was previously in a relationship with the woman.

Act Insp Windsor said they are continuing searches.

"We have been conducting investigations and inquiry and to date it has been unsuccessful."

About 11.30am police sighted a vehicle, in which Billy-Anne was believed to be a passenger of, on the Bruce Highway at Kallangur. Officers attempted to intercept the vehicle but were unsuccessful.

The vehicle is a silver 2014 Mitsubishi Outlander with Queensland registration 789 VNI.

Police are concerned for the woman's  safety as the man is believed to be armed.

Anyone who may see the vehicle is urged not to approach it but to contact triple zero immediately.

Carl Garry Chapman is wanted for questioning over the abduction of 18-year-old Billy-Anne Huxham.
Carl Garry Chapman is wanted for questioning over the abduction of 18-year-old Billy-Anne Huxham.

"Police will continue to work tirelessly overnight to attempt to find her."

Investigations are continuing.

Topics:  abduction caboolture crime


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