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Brookfield Murder: Police return Gerard Baden-Clay's impounded Toyota Prado 4WD as investigation continues

Gerard Baden-Clay leaves his Century 21 franchise
 but refuses to say what caused the significant
damage to his Toyota Prado's right front bumper. 

WEDDING DAY: Allison Baden-Clay
 with husband Gerard.

THE husband of Brookfield murder victim Allison Baden-Clay is back behind the wheel of the white Toyota Prado impounded by police as part of their investigation.

Gerard Baden-Clay was yesterday seen leaving his Century 21 franchise, which he recently relocated from Taringa to Toowong, in the family's four-wheel drive but refused to say what caused the significant damage to its right front bumper.

He also ignored questions from reporters about his wife's death.

Police still want to talk to anyone who saw the Prado or a similar white four-wheel drive in the Brookfield area on the night of April 19 or early morning of April 20 when Mrs Baden-Clay was reported missing. They are also interested in anyone who saw the Baden-Clay's other four-wheel drive - a silver Holden Captiva - in that timeframe.

Forensic tests were carried out on both vehicles, along with Mrs Baden-Clay's body which was discovered at Kholo Creek in Anstead about 15km from her Brookfield home 10 days after her husband reported her missing.

Police will not reveal the cause of death or comment on reports that they travelled to Sydney last week to interview someone close to Mr Baden-Clay.

Wellwishers still pay tribute to Mrs Baden-Clay online while flowers continue to be placed in front of her home, where she was reportedly last seen alive.