Missing lawyer and conservationist may be in Auckland region
Missing Wellington lawyer and conservationist may be in Auckland region
Wellington Police investigating the disappearance of Robert Logan in late August have received information to suggest he may be in the greater Auckland region.
The 51 year-old lawyer and conservationist was reported missing to Police on Friday 27th August and Police located his vehicle at the Owhiro Bay car park later that same day.
Constable Graeme Muir of the Wellington CIB says family members were tidying up Mr Logan's office and came across a note written by Mr Logan before he disappeared, which suggests there is a possibility he travelled to Auckland after his disappearance."
Constable Muir says Police have made extensive enquiries and conducted a number of specialist searches since his disappearance more than three months ago and are still considering all options as to where Mr Logan may be.
"We want to hear from anyone who has seen Mr Logan or knows his whereabouts. Mr Logan's elderly mother and her family are desperate to know where he may be and are urging anyone with information to phone Police on (04) 381 2000 or phone Crimestoppers on 0800 555 111."