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December 07, 2018 10:15:33

Northern Territory police have returned to the distant outpost of Larrimah as they proceed investigating the disappearance of 70-year-old Paddy Moriarty and his canine.

Police have confirmed they travelled to the city, 500 kilometres south of Darwin, on Tuesday and Wednesday this week and spoke to residents once more.

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The ABC understands one resident provided a DNA swab. Police wouldn’t present any additional particulars.

A couple of dozen individuals are dwelling in Larrimah in the intervening time.

Detectives are investigating the vanishing of Mr Moriarty and his crimson and brown kelpie canine virtually a 12 months in the past.

The pair left the Pink Panther pub at sundown on December 16, 2017 and since then, there have been no confirmed sightings of the Irish-born pensioner.

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Police are treating the disappearance as an unsolved murder.

Detectives have confirmed in addition they inspected a property outdoors Larrimah, following a report a part of a fence had been broken.

All residents of Larrimah deny having any involvement within the disappearance.

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Police are additionally investigating individuals of curiosity outdoors Larrimah.

The ABC has been investigating this case via the collection A Canine Act: Murder on the Freeway.

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