ALIVE: Man found after five days missing the bush
UPDATE: Police have located safe, the 30-year-old man from Inala who was missing in the Cunnamulla area since Tuesday, May 26.
Around 4.30pm today the man was spotted from a searching helicopter.
Nearby land based police officers were then directed to his location.
He was located on private property off the Linden-Nebine Rd at Nebine, north-west of the Balonne Highway about 10km from where his vehicle was located.
The man has been transported to the Cunnamulla Hospital for observation.
Police would like to thank local property owners and volunteers who assisted in the search for the man.
4PM: A MAN lost in harsh scrub country east of Cunnamulla is still unaccounted for despite more than 40 SES volunteers and police officers resuming their search today.
Thirty-year-old Mathew Schloss was last seen by a family member at a Nutmeg Street address in Inala on Thursday, May 21.
His Holden Commodore utility was located abandoned on the side of the Balonne Highway about 50km east of Cunnamulla on Tuesday evening, May 26.
A search started around 7am involving 40 people including police, volunteers from the SES, Paroo Shire Council, local farmers and property owners.
Emergency service officers resumed their search today, helped by a local landowner in an aircraft.
The search concentrated around properties on Linden Nebine Rd, Nebine, north west of the Balonne Highway.
Anyone who may have seen the ute travelling between Inala and the Balonne Highway is asked to contact police.
Mathew is described as 190cm tall, Caucasian, of slim build with brown hair and brown eyes.
If you have information for police, phone Policelink on 131 444.
Quote this reference number: QP2001090134.