Body of teen TikToker found after she shared haunting last video 6 weeks ago

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    The body of a TikTok star who disappeared six weeks after her last video has been found.

    A huge search operation had been launched by police in Richmond, Queensland, Australia, to find 19-year-old Tea Wright-Finger, after she was dropped of by a friend in the outback town in October.

    Police used helicopters, off-road vehicles and indigenous experts to search the area, but she hadn't been found until this morning (Thursday, December 1).

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    She was found just 600 metres away from a stolen blue Toyota Prado which had been previously linked to the search for her.

    Her death is not being treated as suspicious, and her TIkTok has been removed.

    A spokesman for the Queensland Police said: “Police have spoken to Tea’s family, and we extend our deep condolences to her family and loved ones.

    “It wasn't a positive outcome but I think it's a closure for the family and also for the members that were out there for the long period, assisting in the search.”

    A few weeks before she disappeared, she posted a selfie on social media giving a possible insight into her mental state.

    The caption wrote: “I don’t feel so good, I want to go home.” And another one said: “It's okay to feel lost sometimes.”

    “Always take risks in life, you never know when it's going to end.

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    “You always have to work hard to get what you want, no one is going to hand it to you.

    “If people want you in their life, they will make time for you.”

    The Mayor of Richmond Shire, John Wharton paid tribute to the girl.

    He said: “The girl worked around Richmond for a fair while and she knew a lot of people here.

    “We're thinking of her family and offering condolences from the Richmond community. It's tragic, but it's happened before in the bush.”

    For emotional support, you can call the Samaritans 24-hour helpline on 116 123, email [email protected], visit a Samaritans branch in person or go to the Samaritans website.

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