Police continue search for man

TWEED Police are continuing the search for missing 63-year-old man Julian Golding.

Inspector Greg Jago said Mr Golding has been miss- ing for a month.

“There have been no further developments at this stage,” Insp Jago said.

“We are continuing to communicate with the family.”

Mr Golding was last seen walking along Murwillum- bah Road away from Uki on September 9.

He has suffered several strokes in the past and there are concerns for his welfare as he does not have his medication.

Mr Golding owns a 70-hectare property on nearby Mt Warning Road at Uki and police think it possible he might have got lost either on his property or in nearby bushland.

He was reported missing to police on September 15

Inspector Jago is urging Tweed residents to come forward with any information that could lead to locating Mr Golding.

“Residents with information are asked to contact police or Crime Stoppers on 1800 333 000,” Insp Jago said.

The Murwillumbah State Emergency Service (SES) unit and the Westpac Life Saver Rescue Helicopter scoured the rugged and steep bushland terrain around Mt Warning and Uki shortly after Mr Golding’s disappearance.

Tweed Police Inspector Darren Steel said the search would continue.

“We never stop looking for anybody,” Insp Steel said.



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