MISSING FROM PORT MACQUARIE: Youlinda Cavanagh-Smith* ANOTHER FOSTER CHILD HAS DISAPPEARED FROM THE PORT MACQUARIE AREA

POLICE are concerned for the welfare of missing Raymond Terrace girl Youlinda Cavanagh-Smith.
On Saturday, police launched an appeal for the 12-year-old’s whereabouts, after she went missing from Raymond Terrace on Thursday.

Youlinda, who sometimes uses the name “Ameeka”, is described of being of Aboriginal appearance, 152 centimetres tall, with a slim build and tanned skin.

She is also described as having brown hair and brown eyes.

Youlinda was wearing jeans, a black and white jumper, black shoes and a white hat when she was last seen.

She also has a nose and lip piercing.

The NSW Coroner will hold an inquest into the suspected death of missing three-year-old William Tyrrell, who disappeared from his grandmother’s home on the state’s mid-north coast in September 2014.

An exchange of correspond­ence, seen by The Australian, confirms that “an inquest will proceed in William’s case” after it was referred to Coroner Michael Barnes for consideration in Jan­uary 2015.