Police are concerned about the wellbeing of David Buchanan, who was last seen in Euroa last week.July 21, 2014 3:44am
UPDATE, 11.20am: Police are asking residents of Sheans Creek and Kelvin View, near Euroa, to check their properties for missing Mooroopna man David Buchanan.
Residents are asked to check their entire property, including storage sheds, in case Mr Buchanan has sought refuge in one.
David was last seen at the Euroa Post Office on Monday 14 July.
For more, see tomorrow's Shepparton News.
4.44am: Police hold serious concerns for missing 53-year-old Mooroopna man David Buchanan, who was last seen at Euroa Post Office last Monday.
Since then, police have made numerous inquiries as to Mr Buchanan’s whereabouts, but have been unable to find him.
His car was found about 2
Police believe he might be in nearby bushland and have searched Sheans Creek and the surrounding area.
Officers have serious concerns for Mr Buchanan as he requires regular medication and might have been out in the open in the recent near-freezing conditions.
He is described as Caucasian in appearance, 183
He was last seen wearing a blue flannelette shirt and dark track pants.
Police have released an image of Mr Buchanan in the hope it will assist them in finding him.
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