Police are looking for reef-style boots, made of wetsuit material, in the hope they could help solve the murder of a young mum on the Qld-NSW border.
A pair of boots made of wetsuit material could yield clues about the murder of a young woman whose body was found at the edge of a river on the Queensland-NSW border.
Police are trying to find grey or black reef-style boots, commonly known as irrigation boots.
They say the boots could help them solve the mysterious death of Alexis Jeffery, 24, who was found by the Macintyre River in Goondiwindi on March 16.
Detectives believe the boots may have been discarded in the area about the time of her death. An image of similar looking boots has been released.
Ms Jeffery, a mother of three, had been seen in Goondiwindi’s town centre during the morning of her death.