The haunting final scene of a Belgian traveler who went missing more than two weeks ago has emerged.
Tasmania Police say there are “serious concerns” for Celine Cramer, whose car was discovered abandoned on Tuesday at the entrance to the Philosopher’s Falls track, a long-distance walker in the island nation’s highest northwest corner.
A photo posted on Facebook on February 22 shows a playful and smiling Ms. Kramer standing in the desert and using her hands to make “devil horns” on her head.
The image is captioned “Un petit diable en Tasmanie” (A little devil in Tasmania).
Mrs Cramer was reported missing on Monday, but her family and friends said they had last seen her on June 12.
The final identified image, of the missing Belgian backpacker Selina Kremer, was posted on Facebook in February with the caption “Little devil in Tasmania”.
The family have made a determined plea for help to locate Ms Cramer, who had previously said she was due to be on the Spirit of Tasmania ferry to Victoria on June 21.
“If you have any information about my sister please contact me or my mother Ariana directly,” Selina’s sister Amelia wrote on Facebook.
“Please share this post widely and help us find him.” ️
Selina’s mum has confirmed that the abandoned white Honda CRV discovered on a dusty street about 500 meters away was the backpacker’s car.
Police have urged anyone in the Philosopher’s Falls car park since June 12 to come forward with their names.
Family and friends of Ms Cramer (pictured) have appealed for anyone with information to help trace the missing backpacker to contact Tasmania Police, who have “serious concerns” for her welfare.
Search and rescue teams have deployed drones to search for the sphere.
The falls are located approximately 10 km from Waratah town and the walking route only takes about 45 minutes.
The night temperature in the room has dropped to near freezing.
Police believe that when Ms Cramer left Hobart in June, she was headed for Tasmania’s west coast.