Danny See missing since December 2014

Police are appealing for information, as part of Missing Persons Week, to help locate Danny See, a man who went missing from the Hunter Region in 2014.

Danny SeeDanny See, now aged 43, last had contact with his family in December 2014 and has not been seen or heard from since.

Danny See lived alone but made regular contact with family members.

His family reported him missing in February last year after they were unable to make contact with him for a number of weeks.

Officers attached to Central Hunter Local Area Command launched an investigation in an effort to locate him.

Inquiries revealed Danny See has not accessed any bank accounts since December 2014 and there’s no record of his mobile phone being used since January 2015.

Witnesses have told police Danny See had been travelling between the Singleton and Muswellbrook areas, in the Hunter Region of New South Wales.

He does not own a vehicle; however, police believe he may have been hitch-hiking in the region.

Police and family hold concerns for Mr See’s welfare and are appealing for anyone with information to come forward.

Danny See is described as being of Caucasian appearance, about 165-175cm tall, with shaved brown hair, brown eyes, of a slim build and is known to wear a silver necklace.

He has a large scar on the right hand side of his head, from his forehead to his neck, and another on the left side of his abdomen.

Anyone with information about the whereabouts of Danny See is urged to call Crime Stoppers on 1800 333 000 or use the Crime Stoppers online reporting page: https://www1.police.nsw.gov.au/.

Information you provide will be treated in the strictest of confidence. We remind people they should not report crime information via our Facebook and Twitter pages.

Missing Persons Week is an annual campaign to raise awareness of the issues and impacts surrounding missing persons and runs between Sunday 31 July and Saturday 6 August 2016.

The theme of this year’s campaign is urging people to ‘Stay Connected’ and to remember that ‘Missing Persons Leave Frayed Edges.’

The campaign aims to remind members of the public of the importance of staying connected with family and friends and to ultimately enhance personal and communal support networks that assist those most at risk of going missing.

NSW Police Force would like to thank the Outdoor Media Association (OMA) for their assistance with Missing Persons Week 2016, donating advertising sites worth almost $235,000 across NSW.


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