Fears for missing Sydney man
A Sydney man has been missing since leaving work a week ago.
Neil McKenzie, 34, was last seen leaving his workplace at Redfern, in inner Sydney, about 3pm (AEST) last Tuesday.
He has not been seen or heard from since, police said today.
Mr McKenzie's family fear for his safety, saying it is out of character for him to be out of contact with them for this length of time.
His work car, which he was last seen driving, was found by police outside his home on Parramatta Street, Cronulla, in the city's south.....
More at link - http://www.smh.com.au/news/national/...940514807.html
Just updating Neil's Missing Persons Page here.
The Federal Police must have changed the web address (in the post above)
The new link is below:
Neil McKenzie - Australian Federal Police Profile
Some more details:
Last seen: Tuesday 2nd May, 2006 at 3.20pm at Redfern
Mr McKenzie's work car: which he was last seen driving, was found by police outside his home on Parramatta Street, Cronulla, in the city's south.
Mr McKenzie's personal car: a silver 2006 model Honda Civic station wagon, was found on Putty Road at Singleton, in the Hunter Valley, about 11pm last Thursday.
Neil McKenzie is described as being:
175cm (approx) tall - 5ft 7 to 5ft 9
shaved blonde hair.
He has numerous tattoos, including Chinese characters on his legs, shoulders and back, and his nose and ears are pierced.
SMH (May 9th, 2006) Neil McKenzie ... the 34-year-old was last seen leaving his workplace at Redfern, in inner Sydney, about 3pm last Tuesday.
AFP - The MP has not been seen or heard from since. Between Wednesday 3rd May and Thursday the 4th of May, 2006, the MPs vehicle was located abandoned out of fuel on the Putty Road at Singleton. The MP was not with the vehicle.
News Source SMH May 9, 2006
Australian Missing Persons Register
There is no further information about Neil that I can find after 2008 - its like nothing further was reported or updated.
I am curious to know what type of tattoo's he had further than the 'numerous' description - and the Chinese characters on his legs - what they may have looked like - were they plain coloured ink - when they were done.
There doesn't seem to be any other photos of Neil either.
I wonder if this case had any further information given but not reported by Main Stream Media.