Police have arrested a man in relation to the disappearance of missing Melbourne woman Robyn Hall.
Ms Hall, 35, of Noble Park, vanished from a home on Phillip Island more than a month ago.
Police arrested a 43-year-old man from Noble Park on Monday.
The man will appear at the Melbourne Custody Centre today where he is expected to be charged with one count of murder.
Ms Hall was last seen as residential address on Lantana Road in Cape Woolamai on December 19 about 6pm. She made her last withdrawal from her bank account at 3.20pm that afternoon from a bank in Cowes.
The next day a friend visited the home and discovered Ms Hall and four bags of personal belongings were missing, police said.
Detective Senior Sergeant Ron Iddles from the homicide squad told radio station 3AW last week that Ms Hall was staying with a male friend at the Phillip Island house.
Ms Hall told the friend on the day of her disappearance that ‘‘somebody was coming to pick her up’’ that day.
Detectives would still like to speak to anyone who may have seen a white van in the Cape Woolamai area last month to contact police.
More to come