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Australia - A MAN associated with the Finks and missing in mysterious circumstances may have been killed and buried in Kuitpo Forest, south of Adelaide.
Police are examining freshly dug soil in the area, south-west of Meadows but refused to disclose any details.
Convicted drug dealer Michael Varehov, of Mawson Lakes, was allegedly assaulted and then driven from a Beaumont house on Thursday night.
Mr Varehov, 45, was jailed for six years in 1994 for selling heroin in Adelaide's northern suburbs and was one of 18 people arrested over an amphetamines ring in the NSW town of Dubbo in 2004.
Earlier yesterday, Detective Inspector Mark Trenwith revealed police were called to a disturbance in McAllan Ave, Beaumont, late on Thursday night, after Mr Varehov was believed to have been taken from the home in a grey Peugeot sedan with registration number BB-713W.
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