Do you know where Nicole is?

THE Homicide Squad has been called in and Rockhampton police hold grave fears for Nicole Margaret Lieske's life, Detective Inspector Mick Niland said yesterday.

"We have spoken to a number of people over the weekend who have corroborated our fears,'' he said.

The major incident room that has been established by the police to find Ms Lieske is in excess of 20 detectives which include members of the Homicide Squad and the Tactical Squad.

"At this time we hold grave fears for our missing person,'' Inspector Niland said.

"It is possible that she has met with foul play.''

Ms Lieske is a mother of three children aged, 13, seven and three, who are now residing with their respective families.

"Their families are absolutely traumatised,'' Inspector Niland said.

Ms Lieske last spoke to her family on January 26 this year and was reported missing four months later.

Inspector Niland said the 33-yearold had been transient in the past, but they did not believe this to be the reason for her being missing.

"All investigations have been restricted to Rockhampton,'' he said in the belief that this is where they would find her.

Anyone with information can call Crime Stoppers on 1800 333 000.



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