Missing man sparks public appeal

MISSING: Gerry Zdencanovic. Photo: NSW Police

MISSING: Gerry Zdencanovic. Photo: NSW Police

POLICE have launched a public appeal to help find a man missing near Tamworth.

There has been no sign of Gerry Zdencanovic since he left his home on Tilmunda Rd at Watsons Creek around 7am on July 8.

Numerous air and land searches of bushland by police, the Westpac Rescue Helicopter and RFS volunteers have failed to find any trace of the missing man.

Police say his disappearance is out of character and they have concerns for his welfare, after his blue Holden Commodore was found abandoned about five kilometres away on Millers Rd. 

Local police are appealing for help to find Mr Zdencanovic and are keen to speak with any hunters that might have been in the Watsons Creek area around 7am on July 8 when he was noticed missing.

Mr Zdencanovic is described as Caucasian, medium build, about 160cm tall with shaved grey and white hair. Anyone with inform-ation on the 67-year-old’s disappearance should contact Crime Stoppers or local police.


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