Teenage girl posts chilling final TikTok before vanishing – New York Post

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A teenage girl who has vanished in “challenging” terrain in Far North Queensland, Australia, posted a haunting TikTok before she disappeared.
Tea Wright-Finger, 19, was last seen by a friend who dropped her off near her blue Toyota Prado 4WD in Richmond, 310 miles west of Townsville, on October 16.
The cattle station worker posted a TikTok video less than two weeks earlier that said: “I don’t feel so good, I want to go home.”
As Wright-Finger enters her ninth day missing, her loved ones are growing increasingly desperate.
A 434-mile-wide search for the teenager has yet to find anything, but police are focusing on the Flinders River area as her phone was briefly switched on there at 9:30 a.m. last Tuesday.
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She has not used her bank card since she was last seen.
Queensland Police said they were combing through “challenging terrain” and thick riverbank vegetation and hoped to find Wright-Finger “safe and well.”
“The search today and over the weekend is concentrating on the analysis of some mobile phone data,” said Inspector Damian Crosby, who added that cops were not sure what had happened to her.
“Obviously we are concerned for Tea’s welfare. We would like to locate her as soon as possible,” he added.
The missing teenager’s mother, Tracy Wright, thanked people who had helped in the search for her daughter.
“Richmond police just phoned – they got a ping off Téa’s phone on Tuesday and it was still in the Richmond area,” she wrote on Facebook on Saturday.
“It was not until Wednesday morning that it started going straight to [voicemail].
“Because of this, they have two helicopters up again today searching and driving all the roads again. They have had quite a bit of rain so the gravel roads are very wet.
“They have pinged her phone so if she turns it on or uses it, we can get an idea where she is.”
The Mount Isa RACQ LifeFlight Rescue has scoured a 434-mile search area.
THE SES and volunteers are also looking for her.
Wright-Finger has links to the Northern Territory, Bundaberg in Queensland, and the farms near Richmond.
She is white, 5 feet 9 inches tall, with a medium build and has blond or light brown hair.
She was driving a blue 2013 Toyota Prado 4WD, registration 210-TLA.
Anyone with information should contact Queensland Police.


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