Missing Melbourne woman’s son arrested over suspicious disappearance

Missing Melbourne woman’s son arrested over suspicious disappearance

The son of missing Melbourne woman Penny Bailey has been arrested over her suspicious disappearance.

The 59-year-old has been missing since Sunday, when she was last seen at the Mount Albert home she shared with her 34-year-old son Stephen Bailey.

Bailey was arrested in North Melbourne last night, and is now in hospital receiving medical treatment.

Prior to his arrest, family members has appealed to Bailey to contact them.

Ms Bailey was reported missing by family members on Tuesday night, following a disturbance at the home.

Victoria Police Homicide Squad have established a crime scene at the house and have seized a car from the property.

Ms Bailey is still listen as missing and anyone with information is urged to contact police.

Image: Victoria Police

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