Police provide description of man wanted for questioningJune 11, 2014 3:55am
Police are still tracking a Rushworth man, 21, who fled his home last week after police found large quantities of drugs and money on his property.
Upon entering the premises, police say they discovered large quantities of cash as well as large amounts of various drugs including methylamphetamine, otherwise known as ‘ice’, amphetamine, cannabis, ecstasy tablets and heroin.
The man is believed to have fled as police arrived and his whereabouts are unknown.
Police described the man as being of fair complexion, about 185
Central Victorian Response Unit Senior Sergeant Mick Peckham said police were tracking the man’s location and would appreciate the community’s help.
‘‘Ongoing support would be appreciated by police in relation to any drug related information,’’ he said.
‘‘People can ring Crime Stoppers or their local police and pass on any information.’’
Anybody with information can phone Crime Stoppers 1800
A man was treated for chemical inhalation and taken to hospital this morning.
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