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Patrick Foresi, pictured, has been missing on the north coast since Monday June 30. Photo Police Media
Patrick Foresi, pictured, has been missing on the north coast since Monday June 30. Photo Police Media

Police are appealing for public assistance to help locate Patrick Foresi, 42, who has been missing on the north coast since Monday.

Mr Foresi was last seen at about 7am on Monday (June 30), after he left his home on Jumbuck Cresent, Terranora, in his maroon Nissan Patrol, registration CE4 2BZ.

When he failed to return, concerned family members contacted police.

Officers attached to Tweed/Byron Local Area Command have been searching for Mr Foresi but he has not been seen since.

Concerns are held for Mr Foresi’s welfare, as his disappearance is out of character and he is believed to be without a mobile phone or money.

Mr Foresi is described as being of Caucasian appearance, about 175cm tall, of medium build, with brown hair, blue eyes and a fair complexion.

He has distinctive scars on both arms and tattoo sleeves, with script writing and blue birds surrounding it on his right forearm.

Anyone who knows of Mr Foresi’s whereabouts is urged to contact local police via Crime Stoppers on 1800 333 000 or use the Crime Stoppers online reporting page.


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1 COMMENT

  1. There is no information where Patrick was going so how can the public help the police, when the police have so little information for the public.
    We have this:
    “When he failed to return . . .” so the police know where Patrick was going for him to return within a certain timeframe. The time was within an hour wasn’t it to be phrased in such a way?
    Lets us just keep the public ignorant of the facts, so they are unable to be of assistance.
    Why do we have these stupid police notices when they are useless in getting the information the police want?

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