Police have made a fresh public appeal in relation to two cars that may hold clues to the alleged murder of Greenbushes man Raymond Smith. Mr Smith, 68, had been missing since December 7. His body was later found in bushland outside Greenbushes, not far from where he lived, in early January after police spent days searching his home and the nearby area. Three men have been charged with Mr Smith’s murder — 35-year-old Kevin Allan Craig Potter, 41-year-old Paul Douglas May and 30-year-old James Terence Hunt. All appeared at Stirling Gardens Magistrates Court last Wednesday. On the same day, homicide squad investigators said they were seeking public assistance in relation to some cars believed to have been driven in the Greenbushes area around the time Mr Smith was allegedly murdered. “As inquiries continue, detectives have released CCTV images of two vehicles known to have been driven through areas in the South West — including Boyanup, Greenbushes, Mokup and Collie — between Friday, December 8 and Sunday, December 10, 2023,” police said in a statement. The first vehicle is a large dark blue station sedan. The second vehicle is a smaller grey/silver station sedan which was found burnt out in a pine forest near Greenbushes on Sunday, December 10. Anyone with information, especially dash cam of these vehicles in those areas between December 8 and December 10, is urged to contact Crime Stoppers on 1800 333 000, or online at crimestopperswa.com.au.