By Laura Withers For Daily Mail Australia and Zoe Zaczek For Daily Mail Australia
Published: 12:40 BST, 1 April 2019 | Updated: 12:40 BST, 1 April 2019
Roxlyn Bowie (pictured) was last seen at her Walgett home, in northern New South Wales, about 6pm on Saturday June 5, 1982
Detective's have found a silver ring during a forensic search and excavation of the former home of missing mother Roxlyn Bowie.
The ring, which features the letter 'R', is expected to undergo further forensic testing, along with several other items found during the search at a patch of land near her former home last month.
Ms Bowie, aged 31 at the time, was last seen at her Walgett home, in northern New South Wales, about 6pm on Saturday June 5, 1982.
After a coronial Inquest in September 2014 found the mother-of-two had died but her body was never found, a renewed investigation into Ms Bowie's disappearance was launched.
Detective Superintendent Danny Doherty said the police are particularly interested in any information in relation to the silver ring.
'The support from the community in our pursuit to locate Roxlyn Bowie and piece together her last movements has been very beneficial,' Det Supt Doherty said.
'We're hoping this assistance can continue as we are keen to speak with anyone who has more information about these items.
Detective's found a silver ring (pictured) during a forensic excavation of a patch of land outside the former home of missing mother Roxlyn