CHILLING footage has been released of Tea Wright-Finger in the moments before she disappeared in Australia last month.
Wright-Finger, 19, is seen dazedly staggering around a petrol station in Richmond, Queensland while shaking a bottle of juice.
She’s seen in the footage wearing a colourful dress with sandals, as she waits to pay for her juice.
Wright-Finger seems distracted and looks over her shoulder multiple times before leaving the shop.
The teen hasn’t been seen since leaving the petrol station on October 16.
Queensland Police released the new footage in hopes to locate the teen, whose mother is frantic with worry.
Wright-Finger was seen driving a 2013 Toyota Prado around 3pm, but neither she nor the mysterious car has been seen since October.
Inspector Damien Crosby said police have a detailed timeline of Wright-Finger’s movements up until her disappearance, but hope the new CCTV will help someone remember a detail they may have witnessed.
Disturbing videos have been found on her TikTok account, including one where she seems distressed, crying with blood on her hands and face.
The caption of the bizarre video read: ”When it’s toxic, it’s toxic.”
The last cryptic TikTok posted on her account was titled ”I don’t feel so good, I want to go home”, and showed clips of cattle ranches in the area.
No trace of the teen’s phone has been found since being mysteriously switched on two days after her disappearance near Flinders River, two hours away from where she initially disappeared.
The terrain in the area where Wright-Finger went missing is challenging to navigate, making search efforts more difficult.
Teams have fought through thick vegetation in a very rural area to find the teen.
The Mount Isa LifeFlight Rescue helicopter also scoured over 700kilometres from above during initial search efforts.
Inspector Damien Crosby previously said: “The terrain out at Richmond, particularly coming into summer, can be quite challenging.
“We have the assistance of SES, trained search and rescue coordinators, and some local Richmond Shire Council employees who have a really good local working knowledge of the terrain involved.
“Our priority continues to be to locate Tea safe and well and we will continue to search in that Richmond area until we’re given information to the contrary.”
Wright-Finger’s mum Tracy has been working with the police to find her daughter and posting daily updates on her Facebook page.
In one previous post, she said: ”The community of Richmond have been absolutely wonderful.”
Search operations had been scaled back – but police hope for more leads after releasing the new footage.
The 19-year-old is described as Caucasian, 180cm tall, medium build with blondish/light brown hair.
The teen also has connections to the Northern Territory, Bundaberg in Queensland and farms near Richmond in the state’s far north-west.