Rhiannon ?OK



WEST Tweed girl, Rhiannon Stubbings, abducted from her home early on Friday morning and returned 10 hours later, has been interviewed by police and health experts who yesterday said she appeared unharmed despite her ordeal, but she was being monitored.

Meanwhile, police will possibly have to wait until the end of the week before they can interview a 25-year-old woman who may be able to assist their investigation into the disappearance of Rhiannon.

The four-year-old was abducted from a Kennedy Drive Housing Commission unit.

She was returned to the unit around 4pm the same day - after distressed parents Charlene Black and Barry Stubbings spent 10 hours fearing for her life.

Queensland Health authorities notified NSW Police on Saturday afternoon that a woman who may be able to assist with the investigation into Rhiannon's abduction was undergoing medical treatment on the Tweed.

But the woman was unlikely to be able to speak with police until at least Friday, police said.

At this stage, no-one has been arrested in connection with Rhiannon's abduction.

Police recovered a white Toyota sedan at Tweed Heads on Saturday which may have been used to drop Rhiannon back at the abduction unit, police said. A red Falcon sedan, which may have been used to drive Rhiannon away from the unit after she was abducted, was recovered at Palm Beach on Friday night.

Tweed Heads detectives have interviewed a number of people about the abduction, but still want to hear from anyone who might be able to assist their investigation.

Anyone with information about Rhiannon's disappearance can phone Tweed Heads Police on (07) 5536 0999 or Crime Stoppers on 1800 333 000.



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