Indian Origin Man Goes Missing In Australia For Over Two Weeks; NSW Police Appeal For Public Assistance

The New South Wales (NSW) police have re-issued their call for public assistance to find an Indian origin man missing from the Minto area since January 13. Sathyendra Subbanna, 62, was reported missing to Campbelltown Police after failing to return to work following time off.  

A geo-targeted message has been sent to people in the Kiama and Jervis Bay areas regarding Sathyendra Subbanna.  

On January 21, police have issued a fresh appeal for assistance.  

“Appeal to locate 62yo Minto man – Sathyendra Subbanna – Last seen on CCTV footage leaving a hotel on Bong Bong Street, Kiama, about 9 am on Tuesday 18/01/22. Known to frequent Campbelltown and South Coast including Kiama & Jervis Bay,” NSW Police said.  

According to the police, he was last seen leaving home on Cochrane Street, Minto, Wednesday, December 15.  

Following this, the police discovered footage of Mr Subbanna leaving a hotel on Bong Bong Street, Kiama, about 9 am Tuesday, January 18.  

Police say they hold serious concerns for Subbanna’s welfare.  

In the geo-targeting message from the police, residents are advised the message will come from +61444444444 and it is not a scam.  

Subbanna is described as a being with about 165 centimetres tall, of medium build, with short grey hair and a grey/white moustache and an Indian Sub-Contential appearance.  

He was last spotted wearing a black button-up shirt, black jacket, long black pants, black and white shoes and a black hat while carrying a grey/white backpack with a yellow smiley face.  

The police have also urged anyone with information about Mr Subbanna’s whereabouts to contact Crime Stoppers on 1800 333 000.  

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