Police are calling for info in a long-term lacking particular person case

Police are calling for info in a long-term lacking particular person case

Police are calling for info in a long-term lacking particular person case

Tasmania Police are persevering with to name for info in relation to the disappearance of long-missing man Nicola Salesi.

Friday 17 November marked 15 years since Mr Salesi disappeared from Sheffield.

The final constructive sighting of Mr Salesi was on Monday 17 November 2008, when he was seen driving east on the Sheffield Predominant Street, heading away from Sheffield in the direction of the Bridle Observe junction between 1 and 2pm.

At about 7pm on the identical day, an interstate vacationer spoke to a person matching Mr Salesi’s description in Southport, who was asking for instructions to Seven Mile Seashore.

This sighting was not reported to the police till 21 November, after the witness noticed a information report relating to Mr Salesi’s disappearance.

Investigators consider Mr Salesi has not left Tasmania, and Southport reported the final constructive sighting of him.

Mr Salesi’s automotive was by no means recovered and police proceed to attraction to the general public for info regarding the silver Toyota Camry – registration quantity FH 2973.

Western District Commander Stuart Wilkinson mentioned lacking individuals instances stay open till solutions are discovered.

“Though most long-term lacking individuals are usually not actively investigated, they continue to be open and police will all the time examine any new info that is available in,” he mentioned.

“Simply final week police obtained details about a car which can have been Mr Salesi’s lacking Toyota Camry and though the automotive sadly was not his, that is an instance of how our investigators proceed to pursue any new leads in relation to his disappearance.

“We acknowledge that that is a particularly troublesome and irritating expertise for the household and family members of a long-missing particular person — or any lacking particular person — and our objective is to attempt to present closure for them. Households all the time deserve solutions about what occurred to their family members, and we owe it to them to search out these solutions.”

Jason Sallis has joined Commander Wilkinson in demanding any new info from the general public relating to his father’s disappearance.

“We all know that if we are able to discover my father’s automotive, we are going to uncover some clues about the place he might be,” he mentioned.

“If anybody sees a car parked on the facet of the highway, on a forest highway or under an embankment, we urge them to report it to police.”

Info might be supplied by calling police on 131 444 or Crime Stoppers anonymously on 1800 333 000 or by way of Crimestopperstas.com.au

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