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Have you seen Steve? Please call 000 if you do.

Steve Mustchin has been located and is back at Byron Bay Hospital.

The family is appreciative for everyone who helped keep an eye out for Steve and ensured his safe return.

Original story:

Mullumbimby, Main Arm man Steve Mustchin went missing at 11am this morning from Byron Bay Hospital and his family are asking locals to keep an eye out for him.

‘Police have been advised that he is missing and we have made initial searches this afternoon,’ said Matt Kehoe, Officer in Charge at Byron Bay Police Station.

‘Our investigations are ongoing. We are asking that people keep a look out for him and call 000 if they see him.’

Have you seen Steve? Please call 000 if you do.

Steve is Caucasian, has shoulder-length hair and a beard. He is in a blue and white stripe shirt and has a cast on each arm. He doesn’t have a phone, wallet or other information on him and may be disoriented.

Call triple zero (000) to let the police know his location.


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1 COMMENT

  1. Hi Eco family,
    Love your hard work, humour and much needed counter balance.
    Really like that you have added audio as an option to help a wider range of community.
    Miss the eco paddles, kids comedy shows Mandy …
    Thank you for providing a community representative voice.

    Terry

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