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Search area revisited after Tiahleigh Palmer's shoe found

Superintendent Dave Hutchinson displays a picture of a shoe believed to have belonged to Tiahleigh Palmer, near where her body was found. Photo: Johanna Marie - Sky News
Superintendent Dave Hutchinson displays a picture of a shoe believed to have belonged to Tiahleigh Palmer, near where her body was found. Photo: Johanna Marie - Sky News

A SHOE belonging to Queensland schoolgirl Tiahleigh Palmer has been found at the same Gold Coast river where her body was located.

Detective Inspector Dave Hutchinson said the mud-covered shoe was found on Sunday, prompting State Emergency Service volunteers and police divers to search the Pimpama River again today.

The shoe was found about 100 metres from where Tiahleigh's body was discovered and on the opposite bank of the river.

Police yesterday released a video of Tiahleigh taken several days before her disappearance to provide a more accurate picture of her appearance.

Investigation Update: Detectives continue to appeal for public information into the death of 12-year-old Tiahleigh...

Posted by Queensland Police Service on Thursday, December 3, 2015

They suspect the 12-year-old Marsden State High School student was murdered, and continue to search for her school uniform and backpack.

Read more on the ABC.

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