Missing man Robert Phillips has been found safe and well.October 9, 2012 10:37am
UPDATE, 11.22am: Missing man Robert Phillips has been found safe and well.
Robert was found by a motorist at the intersection of Waaia-Bearii Road and Picola-Katunga Road, near Waaia, at about 9am this morning.
Police would like to thank the public and media for their assistance.
10.37am: Police are concerned for the welfare of a 57-year-old man who went missing from a residential property in Numurkah yesterday evening.
Robert Phillips was last seen by his brother at his home in Meiklejohn Street about 5pm.
He is believed to have been wearing dark jeans, a black windcheater, white t-shirt and slip on shoes.
Mr Phillips is described as about 175 centimetres tall, with a solid build, fair complexion and grey/white hair.
Police and family have concerns for Robert’s welfare as he suffers from a medical condition.
He has not lived in the area for long and fear he may have become disorientated.
Anyone who sights Mr Phillips or has information regarding his whereabouts is urged to contact triple zero (000) immediately.
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