The mother of a young girl who was taken away from her family in an abusive way says she would like to see her daughter returned to her family.
Key points:Tanya Plibers is calling on Queensland police to investigate the circumstances surrounding the incident in which her daughter, 17, was removed from her homeCeline T shirt is not a suitable material for a child to wearCeline was taken from her parents in a car and taken into the woods in December 2017The young girl has not been seen since.
Police say they do not have enough information to investigate, and they are investigating whether Tanya was injured while in the car.
Celine’s mother, Tanya, said she was “very upset” by the events that happened at her daughter’s home in Cootamundra in November.
“She was taken into a vehicle and taken to a field in the woods,” she said.
“I was just really upset because she was not home.”
We just want her back home.
“Celine has not spoken to her mother since the incident.”
Tanya’s been through so much.
She’s lost a lot of weight, she’s been very sick, she lost her father and her mum, she has lost her whole family,” Ms Pliberek said.
She said she had no idea what to say to police.”
The last time I talked to her she was very upset, she was crying,” she added.”
It just broke my heart.
“Ms Pliberes said Celine had been bullied at school, and had been kicked out of her home several times.”
People said she’s an idiot, they said she needs to go home, she doesn’t belong here,” she told the ABC.”
They’ve been saying this all year and I think she’s really disappointed in Queensland police.
“She’s been bullied for the past 12 years.”
Ms Trumbull said she did not want Celine to be returned to the family.
“What do I do?
She’s been gone from us for so long,” she asked.
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