Canberra Milk worked with the Australian Federal Police to have the faces of 12 long-term missing people from around the region printed on their one-litre plastic milk bottles. The initiative launched this week and will run for six weeks in a bid to trigger tips from the public about the missing Aussies. The faces of missing Aussies have been pasted onto milk bottles. Picture: AFPSource:Supplied AFP Assistant Commissioner Debbie Platz said the initiative would take the community back to a time before social media notifications and Amber Alerts. “ … To when reports of missing people appeared in a place guaranteed to catch the eyes of the broader population,” Ms Platz said. “In turn, we hope this tried-and-tested method will start a new conversation about the region’s missing people and how the community can help police find them.” ACT Chief Police Officer Ray Johnson said police were now relying on the public to purchase the milk — manufactured by Capitol Chilled Foods Australia — and try to remember anything that could help solve the disappearances. “There are families who have been waiting, in some cases for decades, for news about their loved ones,” Mr Johnson said. “This new campaign is… Read full this story
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