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Familial DNA collection centres bring hope to relatives of missing people

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In 1978, Frances and Vincent Pease were just children when their older brothers, Michael and Steven, headed out to sea near Eden on the NSW far south coast — and never came home.

The Pease brothers were working at sea when their boat, The Shiralee, is thought to have capsized after being struck by a rogue wave at Disaster Bay.

Their bodies were never recovered and, more than 40 years on, Frances and Vincent are still searching for…



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