NSW Police has made a new request for public assistance in the search for a missing man, Indian origin 62-year-old Sathyendra Subbanna.
On 13 January, Campbelltown Police had received a report of Sathyendra Subbanna failing to return to work after taking time off.
A geo-targeted message was sent to people in the Kiama and Jervis Bay areas regarding Sathyendra Subbanna.
This week police has issued a fresh appeal for assistance.
“Appeal to locate 62yo Minto man – Sathyendra Subbanna – Last seen on CCTV footage leaving a hotel on Bong Bong Street, Kiama, about 9 am on Tuesday 18/01/22. Known to frequent Campbelltown and South Coast including Kiama & Jervis Bay,” NSW police said.
According to the police statement, initial inquiries revealed Mr Subbanna was last seen leaving a home on Cochrane Street, Minto, on Tuesday 14 December 2021.
He has since been seen on CCTV footage leaving a hotel on Bong Bong Street, Kiama, about 9 am on Saturday 18 December 2022.
Police holds serious concerns for Sathyendra’s welfare.
Sathyendra is described as being of Indian Sub-continental appearance, about 165cm tall, of medium build, with short grey hair and grey/white moustache. He was seen wearing a black button-up shirt, black jacket, long black pants, black and white shoes, black hat and carrying a white/grey backpack with a large yellow smiley face.
He is known to frequent the Campbelltown area and areas of the South Coast, including Kiama and Jervis Bay.
Anyone with information about Sathyendra’s whereabouts is urged to contact Crime Stoppers on 1800 333 000.
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