Angie Fuller missing: Alice Springs woman may be alive, police say as boyfriend scolds

The theory a missing woman is still LIVES after disappearing in the outback as bizarre video emerges of her boyfriend as a ‘sovereign citizen’ arguing with police

  • Angie Fuller, 30, was last seen running into the bush on Monday night in the NT
  • Police believe Ms. Fuller is still alive as there are water sources in the area
  • Her boyfriend shared a bizarre clip of him bumping into a police officer
  • The officer had asked to have his car searched while police searched the area for Ms Fuller

A woman who disappeared in the Australian outback a week ago may still be alive, police say.

Angie Fuller, 30, from Alice Springs, was last seen Monday night on the Tanami Road, 15km west of the Stuart Highway junction in the Northern Territory.

She had been with her boyfriend at the time and was last seen running into the bushland.

Despite extensive searches throughout the Outback, including the use of helicopters and drones, no trace of Ms Fuller has been found.

Acting NT Police Superintendent Rob Engels said detectives had not lost hope.

Angie Fuller, from Alice Springs, has not been seen since Monday and police say her family are concerned for her well-being

Angie Fuller, from Alice Springs, has not been seen since Monday and police say her family are concerned for her well-being

“We believe Ms. Fuller is alive. There are certainly water sources in the area that she can access,” he told ABC.

“Our experts to date tell us that it is viable at this point.”

The police have so far searched an area of ​​240 square kilometers.

Ms Fuller’s boyfriend is assisting the police in their investigation, Superintendent Engels said, confirming he was the last person to see her.

“We believe that she and her boyfriend ran into the bush where she was last seen and we hope that that is where she has gone into hiding and has access to water and gives us a chance to find her,” he said.

The'sovereign citizen' films himself after police search his car

Missing woman's boyfriend Angie Fuller clashes with police while searching his car

Missing woman’s boyfriend Angie Fuller clashes with police while searching his car

Police are hoping Ms Fuller is alive after a video surfaced that her boyfriend filmed in the days after her disappearance.

In the clip, the neck-tattooed man, who describes himself as a “sovereign citizen,” can be heard colliding with a police officer who had asked to search his car.

“My car was searched indiscriminately without my permission without me standing there,” says the man in the video.

“The only reason I searched your car is because we have a missing person and you are in the area where we are conducting a search,” the officer replies.

Police have used search helicopters and a drone to try to locate Ms Fuller, who has disappeared in the vast Northern Territory bushveld

Police have used search helicopters and a drone to try to locate Ms Fuller, who has disappeared in the vast Northern Territory bushveld

“I’m just trying to figure out why you’re here.”

The man then says to the officer, “I have every right to participate in the search.

‘Why I’m here? You know why I’m here. The missing person is my girlfriend.”

The police officer then calmly tells the man he is examining if the car is connected to Ms. Fuller’s disappearance.

NT Police have described Ms Fuller as Asian looking, approximately 165 cm tall, with long black hair that has purple streaks throughout.

Anyone found traveling along Tanami Road between 10:00 p.m. on January 9 and 9:00 a.m. the following day is urged to contact the police.

Those with information on Ms Fuller’s whereabouts are urged to contact police on 131 444 or through Crime Stoppers on 1800 333 000.

Although no trace of Ms Fuller has been found, police say they believe she is alive

Although no trace of Ms Fuller has been found, police say they believe she is alive

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Bradford Betz

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