Milford Man Missing
North Shore Police are appealing for
any sightings of a man who has been reported missing from
his home in the suburb of Milford.
Police say the man who
is reported missing is Thomas WEBSTER.
WEBSTER was last
sighted at about 8.15am on Monday 12 November. He was
walking down Kawana Street towards Lake Road. No further
sightings have been recorded.
Police are concerned about
his immediate safety and well being and have just released a
description of Mr. WEBSTER.
• NAME: WEBSTER / Thomas
• Male Caucasian - Age 53 years:
• Height: 167 cm tall:
• Described as being heavy build, has balding brown
• Possibly wearing shorts and a jumper [no
• Carrying a black bag:
Anyone knowing the whereabouts of Thomas WEBSTER is urged
to call Shift Sergeant at North Shore Police on 027 494
3685, or Crime Stoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111.
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