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No word on missing Pottsville man

Police are searching for missing Pottsville man, Jason Michael Lowney.
Police are searching for missing Pottsville man, Jason Michael Lowney. supplied

TWEED police are looking for a Pottsville man who has not been seen since leaving his home on Sunday.

Police sent out an alert on Thursday calling for assistance in finding Jason Lowney but there was still no word on his whereabouts.

Police said he was last seen leaving his home at 4am on a blue bicycle carrying a black bag containing clothing.

He had not made contact with friends or family since Sunday and they were seriously concerned for Mr Lowney's welfare.

Police described Mr Lowney as being Caucasian in appearance, 165cm tall, medium build, short brown hair and he was unshaven.

He was last seen wearing a pair of blue tracksuit pants and a black wind jacket.

Anyone with information about Mr Lowney's disappearance should phone Crime Stoppers on 1800 333 000.

Topics:  missing person, police, pottsville



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