Shepparton police are appealing for information on Shepparton man Alexandru Luca, 67, who has been missing since Friday.KAITLIN THALS January 7, 2013 3:04pm
Shepparton police are appealing for information on missing Shepparton man Alexandru Luca, who was last seen by his family Friday morning.
The 67-year-old man of Romanian decent was also spotted on CCTV footage at Coles Supermarket and Kmart on Vaughan St, Shepparton Saturday.
Shepparton police Criminal Investigation Unit Detective Senior Constable Nathan Trimby said the man not been seen since then.
Sen Const Trimby said the missing man had an accent, grey-white short hair, was average in height and weighed approximately 150kg.
He said the man was wearing a white singlet, knee-length shorts that were brown or beige in colour and thongs or sandals when he was last seen.
Sen Const Trimby said the missing man suffered from a number of illnesses and it was out of character that he had not returned home.
‘‘We are appealing for anyone who may know the whereabouts of this man and or have seen this man from Saturday onwards,’’ he said.
Anyone with information is urged to phone Shepparton police on 5820 5777 or Crime Stoppers on 1800 333 000.
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