Police launch search mission for missing Brisbane man
A search and rescue mission has begun for a man who has been missing from Brisbane’s south since last week. Police are concerned for the man’s welfare and are lobbying for public assistance to find him.
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The 43-year-old man spoke to police in Calamvale around 1.45pm last Thursday, June 25.
He has not been seen or heard from since.
Police are concerned for the man’s welfare as his disappearance is said to be ‘out of character’.
A search and rescue mission for the man began yesterday in Calamvale and nearby suburbs.
The man is described as Asian, around 170cm tall with a fair complexion, black hair and brown eyes.
He was last seen in the attire pictured above: turquoise track pants, a bright blue jumper and was carrying a red shoulder bag.
Anyone who may have seen him in Calamvale, Parkinson, Stretton or surrounding areas is urged to contact police.