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In a major development, WA police have begun searching a remote property as part of a 14-year-old cold case investigation involving a missing teenager. Seventeen-year-old Hayley Dodd is believed to have been abducted from the roadside near Badgingarra in 1999. Police admit they've struggled with the case since then, but are hopeful their new line of inquiry could lead to a breakthrough. Source: abc.net.au

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