Matthew Shirvington.
Matthew Shirvington.

Missing man, Matthew Shirvington, urged to contact police

POLICE are appealing for a man missing from New South Wales to contact them after he was sighted in Airlie Beach earlier this month.

Matthew Shirvington, 28, has been missing from his Cooma home since June this year after his car was found abandoned on George Bass Drive near Moruya Airport.

The friend approached Matthew but he left without making contact.

Police have since confirmed that Matthew was working there using the name Charlie Thompson.

He has not returned to work. 

A coronial hearing had been set for next year to look into his disappearance.

Investigators are now appealing for Matthew to contact them so that his identity can be confirmed.

They want to make it clear that Matthew has not done anything wrong and does not have to disclose his location.

Matthew and/or anyone who knows of his whereabouts is urged to contact police from Far South Coast Area Command or Crime Stoppers on 1800 333 000.



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