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Australian woman Emma Vesty missing in Bali after getting on back of moped

BREAKING NEWS: Australian woman last seen on the back of a moped at 2.30am goes missing in Bali with ‘family and friends very worried’

  • Australian woman Emma Vesty missing after disappearing on moped at Bali
  • Ms Vesty left nightclub with friend and family to go back to Grand Inna Kuta 
  • Her friends each took a moped, though Ms Vesty failed to show at her hotel
  • A concerned friend has pleaded for anyone with information to come forward 

An Australian woman has gone missing in Bali after she was last seen getting onto the back of a moped.

Emma Vesty, from Kalgoorlie in Western Australia, was last seen leaving Sky Gardens at 2.30am on Friday morning.

Ms Vesty is understood to have jumped onto the back of a moped and was headed for Grand Inna Kuta. 

An Australian woman has gone missing in Bali after she was last seen getting onto the back of a moped

Emma Vesty, from Kalgoorlie in Western Australia, was last seen leaving Sky Gardens at 2.30am on Friday morning

Emma Vesty, from Kalgoorlie in Western Australia, was last seen leaving Sky Gardens at 2.30am on Friday morning

‘Emma was in Bali for a family holiday with her best friend’s family,’ the concerned friend told Daily Mail Australia.

‘They all went to Sky Garden and then all jumped onto mopeds to go home at 2:30am with everyone else.

‘Emma just never arrived at the Grand Inna and her phone had gone flat and we haven’t heard anything.’ 

The friend went on to say that local police had been informed about Ms Vesty, however they could not do a missing person report until 24 hours had passed. 

She said she feared for the worst and has urged anyone with information on her whereabouts to come forward. 

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'They all went to Sky Garden and then all jumped onto mopeds to go home at 2:30am with everyone else,' a concerned friend told Daily Mail Australia

‘They all went to Sky Garden and then all jumped onto mopeds to go home at 2:30am with everyone else,’ a concerned friend told Daily Mail Australia

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