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Missing Warwick man found safe and well

Keith Wessling
Keith Wessling

UPDATE 7.30AM: A Warwick man missing since Tuesday has been found by police safe and well.

WEDNESDAY: Police are appealing for help to find a Warwick man reported missing on Tuesday.

Keith Wessling, 49, was last seen at a residence on Wantley St at about 8.30am.

He is described as average build, 183cm tall, light complexion, with short grey hair and blue eyes. He was last seen wearing green shorts, a blue singlet, thongs and glasses.

It is believed he may be driving a white 1993 Holden Rodeo ute, with Queensland registration 113 MTC.

The vehicle is described as having an extended cab, a silver alloy drop-side tray and a broken radio antenna whip on the bonnet. The vehicle has no bull bar.

Police are concerned for Mr Wessling's welfare as he has not made contact with family, and this out of character. He also has a medical condition.

Mr Wessling may be heading to the Kingaroy and Nanango areas, or to the Lismore or Kyogle areas in NSW.

Got info? Call the Warwick Police Station on 4660 444.

Topics:  kingaroy, kyogle, lismore, missing, police, warwick




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