12 Feb 2020 11:42am
Police would like local residents to check any vacant properties they have as the search for missing Cleve man Daryl Norris continues.
Daryl Norris was last seen at his home around 8.30pm on Tuesday 4 February and police and family hold fears for his welfare.
Police will continue their search within Cleve and the local region as well as focus on checking vacant premises and are requesting residents to do the same.
Mr Norris is 59 years and described as Caucasian, 183cm tall, slim build with blue eyes and brown/grey hair. He walks with a limp and was last seen wearing brown cargo shorts and a t-shirt.
Police believe Mr Norris left on foot with some food supplies but without any personal items such as a mobile phone or wallet. There have been no confirmed sightings of him and it is possible he could have fallen and injured himself and in need of medical attention.
“Police have real concerns for his welfare as Mr Norris suffers from a medical condition and his family have not heard from him since he left on Tuesday evening”.
“We are determined to do everything possible to locate Mr Norris and return him to his family. We have committed substantial resources to this search in the hope of finding him,” Inspector Mark Hubbard said.
Anyone with information that may assist in locating Mr Norris is urged to call Crime Stoppers on 1800 333 000.