News

Search on for man believed to have been swept out to sea

Google Maps

THE search for a man believed to have been swept out to sea last night will continue at first light today.

Initial reports indicate the man was walking north along the beach from Kurrawa to First Avenue, Broadbeach when witnesses claim they saw him walk into the surf and be taken by an aggressive rip.

He was last seen one kilometer off shore.

A search and rescue of the area was conducted involving water police and Pol Air, however the man was not located.

The search will recommence at first light today.

Anyone with information which could assist with this matter should contact Crime Stoppers anonymously via 1800 333 000 or crimestoppers.com.au 24hrs a day.
 

Topics:  broadband police



Homeless help services stretched thin

PROBLEM GROWING: John Lee from You Have a Friend hopes for more help for Tweed's homeless.

Volunteers cancel meals for safety amid influx

Reach out to help homeless support hub

Agape Outreach founder, Rev. Theresa Mitchell, displays some of the products available at the newly opened Op Shop in Tweed heads

Agape Outreach has had strong response, now needs customer support

Woman charged over death of outlaw bikie associate

Police have extradited a woman from Queensland in relation to a fatal shooting in Tweed Heads.

Queensland police extradited the woman, 27, to be charged in NSW

Local Partners