LARRIMAH, Australia — Dusk was falling on the sweltering hot day of Dec. 16, 2017, when Paddy Moriarty went to the Pink Panther, the only hotel and bar in the tiny, dusty town of Larrimah, to end the day with his usual round of drinks. He downed eight beers, typical for Moriarty, a laborer who spent most of his life in Australia’s rugged outback. Then he left for home with his dog by his side. He was never seen again. Neither was his dog, a Kelpie named Kellie. Four days later, when the police arrived in Larrimah, a Northern Territory town of 11 people, they entered Moriarty’s unlocked house to find a cowboy hat on a cooler box and a barbecue chicken still in the microwave. In Australia town of 11 people, mysterious disappearance turns neighbor against neighbor That is some small town drama.