Missing: Joshua Humphries and a girl from Bundamba

Missing Person – Joshua Humphries

Joshua Humphries
Joshua Fraser Humphries

July 26, 2016

Albany Police are seeking public assistance to locate 31 year old Joshua Humphries.

Joshua Humphries was last seen in Albany this morning, Tuesday 26 July 2016, at 7.20am but has not been in contact with family since this time which is out of character for him.

Police believe he may be driving a white 1998 Honda CRV, registration number 1AGA 576.

Joshua Humphries is described as being fair skinned, approximately 180cms tall with brown hair and brown eyes.

Anyone who sees Joshua Humphries or knows of his whereabouts is asked to call police on 131 444.

 

Missing girl, Bundamba

Joshua Humphries and Bundamba girlPolice are appealing for public assistance to locate a 14-year-old girl reported missing from Bundamba.

The girl was last heard from two weeks ago and is known to visit addresses in the Bribie Island, Ipswich and Kingaroy areas.

She is described as being Caucasian in appearance, approximately 160 centimetres tall, with a slim build and blonde hair.

Anyone who may have seen her or have any information is urged to contact Crime Stoppers on 1800 333 000.

Anyone with information which could assist with this matter should contact Crime Stoppers anonymously via 1800 333 000 or crimestoppers.com.au 24hrs a day.

Crime Stoppers is a registered charity and community volunteer organisation working in partnership with the Queensland Police Service.

For all non-urgent police reporting or general police inquiries contact Policelink on 131 444 or Policelink.qld.gov.au 24hrs a day.

 

Operating throughout Australia, Crime Stoppers has become an integral part of community safety with the information gathered and supplied by the community essential to assisting our police agencies with crime solving and prevention.

Crime Stoppers Australia (CSA) comprises a board of directors who represent their respective States or Territories as well as key members of the Government and private enterprise who are able to make a contribution to the safety of Australians.

 


 

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