Police trying to find Jennifer Miller

Warrnambool police are trying to locate Jennifer Miller.UPDATE 2.55pm: Warrnamboolpolice are seeking public help to locate Jennifer Miller.
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Detective Senior ConstableWayne Ryan, of the Warrnambool police Crime Investigation Unit, said officersbelievedMs Miller, 31, could assistwith inquiries into dishonesty offending.

“TheWarrnambool CIU isactivelyseeking the whereaboutsof Jennifer Miller,”Detective Senior Constable Ryan said.

“Anyone withknowledge of her whereabouts is requested to contact Crime Stoppers on 1800 333 000 or the CIU at the Warrnambool Police Station.”

Police wanted to speak to Ms Miller aboutdishonestyoffences committed in the Warrnambool district duringrecent months.

Ms Miller has a colourful and extensivecriminal history.

She was given a chance to avoid a jail term in 2006 in the Warrnambool County Court. But minutes after leaving court, shewas seenin the nearby Cally Hotel car parktrying to break into cars.

She was later jailed.

During April last year Ms Miller pleaded guiltyto a string of theft and deception charges and was jailed for three months.

The court heard about thedevastating toll MsMiller’sheroin addiction had taken on her life.

Ms Miller stole a credit card from the centre console of an unlocked car in Warrnambool’s CBD and used itto obtain gift cards at shopping centres.

She and a co-accused alsoused acredit card to buy V/Line tickets, which were later refunded for cash.

Defence counsel Carolyn Howe told the court at the time that MsMiller’s behaviour was a result of her need to feed her addiction.

Ms Howe said it was due to that addiction that Ms Miller had regularly appeared in court for the past 12 years.

“When not on heroin, she is absolutely brilliant,” she said.

Ms Howe said Ms Miller had successfully completeda rehabilitation program at Odyssey House in 2009 and returned a “brilliant mum and community member”.

EARLIER: Warrnambool police are seeking public help to locate Jennifer Miller.

Detective Senior ConstableWayne Ryan, of the Warrnambool police crime investigation unit, said officersbelievedMs Miller, 31, would be able to assist them with inquiries.

“TheWarrnambool CIU isactivelyseeking the whereabout of Jennifer Miller. Anyone withknowledge of her whereabouts is requested to contact Crime Stoppers on 1800 333 000 or the CIU at the Warrnambool Police Station,” he said.

Detective Senior ConstableRyan said police wanted to speak to Ms Miller aboutdishonestyoffences committed in the Warrnambool district duringrecent months.

Ms Miller has a colourful and extensivecriminal history.

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