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No rest in hunt for Allison Baden-Clay's killer as police await toxicology results

TOMORROW marks four weeks of heartache since mother-of-three Allison Baden-Clay disappeared but the floral tributes being laid at her Brookfield home and at the Kholo Creek Bridge near where her body was found only grow in number.

More than 20 detectives yesterday continued their methodical hunt to find Mrs Baden-Clay's killer from a major incident room first erected at the Indooroopilly Police Station almost a month ago, shortly after the 43-year-old was reported missing by her husband at 7.30am on Friday, April 20.

The Courier-Mail understands detectives are scouring hundreds of witness statements and are still interviewing widely as they wait for final toxicology results.

Police earlier this week declared that members of the Brookfield community should not fear for their safety, adding they believed Mrs Baden-Clay's killer was someone she knew.

The community celebrates the annual Brookfield Show this weekend.

Residents of Lintrose Tce at Karalee, on the opposite side of the Brisbane River to where Mrs Baden-Clay's body was found, said yesterday that they only wished they had heard something that could help the police investigation.

A trust fund has been set up for the daughters of Allison Baden-Clay. Donations can be made through the NAB to BSB: 084 737, account: 133 196 502, or via

Many of the properties on the street front the river and have a direct view of the mudbank where Mrs Baden-Clay's body was discovered.

One neighbour denied rumours that residents living in the area heard a "splash" in the days after Mrs Baden-Clay was reported missing.

"You can hear the traffic on the bridge, definitely, and you probably could hear something if it was quiet but no one along here did," he said. "It's awful. I wish we could (help)."

Anyone with information which could help the police investigation should call Crime Stoppers on 1800 333