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Birkdale Man Missing

Birkdale Man Missing:

North Shore Police convey there are increasing fears for the safety of a Birkdale resident, who hasn’t been seen since early Thursday afternoon 22 November 2012.

Arthur Eddie COOPER, age 62 years was last seen by family members at his home address in Birkdale at 1.30pm. He went outside to his vehicle to retrieve some items and did not return. The disappearance is out of character for Mr. COOPER.

His family and Police are concerned for his safety and well being. Police state that there is no evidence at this stage of foul play. A ground search of the surrounding area has been carried by Police Search and Rescue staff. Other enquiries are continuing. An aerial search has been carried by Eagle over the past two days.

Mr. COOPER is a European male aged 62 years. He’s 178 cms (5'10") tall, thin build. He was wearing a Navy blue button up collared shirt with short sleeves, Blue jeans, a faded blue sun hat, sneakers and possibly a black sweatshirt.

Police urge anyone sighting Arthur Eddie COOPER or anyone who has information about his whereabouts to contact North Shore Police on Ph: 09 477 5000: or call Crime Stoppers on 0800 555 111.

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