There are reports Rodney Deleuney is around the Tweed area.
There are reports Rodney Deleuney is around the Tweed area. Contributed

Police renew calls to find Banora Point man

POLICE have renewed their calls for public assistance in the search for Banora Point man Rodney Deleuney.

The 22-year-old is wanted by virtue of a return to prison warrant in NSW for break and enter (steal from a dwelling) and resisting police.

Tweed/Byron LAC Inspector Mick Dempsey said since the last call for public assistance, police have received reports Deleuney had been seen in the Tweed and Richmond Local Area Command areas.

There are reports Rodney Deleuney is around the Tweed area.
There are reports Rodney Deleuney is around the Tweed area. Contributed

Social media has reported repeated sightings of Deleuney around the Casuarina area, with reports he was brandishing new tattoos, including a “Blood Brothers” emblem on the left side of his neck.

However police declined to confirm the sightings or the new tattoos.

Deleuney last resided in the Banora Point area and is also known to frequent the Gold Coast.

He is described as 178cm tall, of medium build, 75kg, Caucasian, medium complexion, brown hair, brown eyes with distinctive tattoos.

If any member of the public sees Deleuney or knows of his whereabouts, they are advised to contact Senior Constable Mark Maxwell at Tweed Heads Police Station on 07 5536 0999 or Crime Stoppers on 1800 333 000.

There are reports Rodney Deleuney is around the Tweed area.
There are reports Rodney Deleuney is around the Tweed area. Contributed


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