Search for Vanessa McGovan
Police are appealing for public assistance to help locate missing 15-year-old girl Vanessa McGovan.
Vanessa McGovan was last seen at a school on Bowman Court, Wodonga today about 3pm.
Police and Vanessa’s family have concerns for her welfare due to her young age and she suffers from a medical condition.
Investigators have released an image of Vanessa McGovan in the hope that someone may recognise her.
Vanessa is Caucasian with long brown hair and brown eyes.
She was last seen wearing her school uniform which is a blue jumper, light blue shirt, blue pants and black shoes.
Anyone who sees Vanessa McGovan is urged to contact Wodonga Police Station on (02) 6049 2601.
Police re-appeal for public assistance regarding missing man – Dubbo
Police are re-appealing for public assistance to help locate a man missing from his home near Dubbo since last week.
Robert Dickie, 71, was last seen leaving his Elong Elong home on Tuesday 14 June 2016.
Family members contacted police for assistance and officers from Orana Local Area Command began investigations into his disappearance.
Police and family have serious concerns for his welfare.
He is described as being of Caucasian appearance, 170cm tall with a thin build, grey hair and a handle bar moustache.
When last seen he was wearing blue jeans and a red shirt.
Orana Local Area Command Crime Manager, Detective Chief Inspector Rod Blackman said any information regarding the circumstances surrounding Mr Dickie’s disappearance or his current whereabouts would greatly assist police in their investigation.
“Mr Dickie’s family are obviously very anxious to know if he is alright, as it is out-of-character for him not to keep in contact with his family,” Detective Chief Inspector Blackman said.
“It has been over a week now and that is a long time to worry about an elderly loved one – so we are hoping someone can shed light on his disappearance,” he said.
Anyone with information about Mr Robert Dickie is urged to contact Dubbo Police Station or Crime Stoppers on 1800 333 000.
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