Tragic new information in the investigation into the disappearance of a kid three weeks ago.

Officials from Melbourne’s law enforcement agency have unveiled an exclusive photo showing the resemblance of a guy who was responsible for a brutal act of road rage attack.

Recently, officials decided to temporarily halt their search efforts for missing Tasmanian adolescent Shyanne-Lee Tatnell in the region of the North Esk River.

Police have temporarily stopped their intensive search operations for Shyanne-Lee Tatnell, 14, who vanished in the North Esk River area about three weeks ago. Shyanne-Lee was last saw on a Sunday, at 8:30 p.m. in the enclosure of Henry St. in Launceston, close to the river.

Law enforcement officers have been diligently searching the region but thus far have not found the adolescent. Inspector Craig Fox acknowledged the numerous efforts, including a recent search that was carried out with the great help of the Westpac Rescue Helicopter, as he announced the end of the search operation for Shyanne-Lee in the North Esk River region. Unfortunately, no significant findings have been found.

Inspector Fox sent his sincere condolences to Shyanne’s family and assured them of the police force’s continued dedication to keeping in touch frequently during this trying time.

Inspector Craig Fox stressed that even though the search effort is over, there are still ongoing investigations into the enigmatic disappearance of the 14-year-old Shyanne-Lee.

Recently, several things have been found in the North Esk River and have since been checked by the police. These discoveries have been determined to have nothing to do with Shyanne-Lee’s disappearance.

The police relentlessly pursue any leads or information that might provide insight into her disappearance’s circumstances.

Inspector Craig Fox also said that forensic testing is being carried out by the police on other items of interest that have surfaced in the last two weeks.

The authorities continue to have serious worries about Shyanne-Lee’s welfare. Police believe her incapacity to contact her family and friends is unusual.

The inquiry focuses on finding information that can shed light on her location or general safety. As shown by CCTV evidence, there were cars around when Shyanne-Lee was last seen, which prompted a request from local authorities.