THE bodies of two foreign farm workers missing in the Lockyer Valley for three days have been recovered by police divers in a flooded creek.
Jerry Yukun, 25, from Taiwan and Andrew Leong, 34, from Malaysia were last seen by friends after leaving for work at the Mulgowie Farming Company in Laidley early on Sunday.
The men were not known to each other.
The vehicles of both were located submerged in Sandy Creek on Woodlands Road near Gatton.
On Tuesday evening, a white Mitsubishi Magna was located submerged in Sandy Creek by a passing motorist, sparking a massive police search of the area.
Police at the time confirmed the vehicle belonged to missing man Gatton man Jerry Yukun.
When the search resumed yesterday, police divers stumbled upon a second vehicle submerged in the creek a few metres from where the first car was located.
Police confirmed the second vehicle belonged to a Malaysian man just listed as being missing by concerned work colleagues.
The location of a second vehicle in the creek sparked a massive search for both men by emergency service personnel and SES volunteers.
Police divers spend much of yesterday morning searching the creek for any signs of the missing men.
About 11am, a tow-truck was called to remove the second vehicle from the creek.
It was at that time police confirmed there was a body located inside the vehicle.
The body is believed to be that of Andrew Leong.
About 50 State Emergency Service personnel from Toowoomba and Brisbane spent yesterday afternoon searching the creek for any signs of Mr Yukun.
About 2.30pm, a second body was located in Sandy Creek.
The body is believed to be that of Jerry Yukun.
It was recovered less than 300 metres from where his car was located on Tuesday evening and where the body of Mr Leong was located inside his vehicle earlier in the day.
Both vehicles were recovered in the creek less than 20 metres from the causeway.
Toowoomba Police District Inspector Richard Kroon said a report into both cases would be prepared for the State Coroner.
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