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Missing 16-yr-old Oskar Michel Massey PIC Tweed/Byron Police Facebook

Update: Monday 17 June 3.40pm:

Oskar has been located and is back with family.

Original story:

Police are asking the public for help finding missing Northern Rivers teenager Oskar Michel Massey.

The most recent known sighting of sixteen-year-old Oskar was in Mullumbimby Creek on Tuesday 11 June 2024.

He’s described as about 170cm tall with a thin build, Caucasian with blonde hair and wearing a brown beanie and black t – shirt with ‘Waterhouse’ written on the front when most recently seen.

The same t-shirt may be seen in one of the supplied images of Oskar.

Police and family say they hold concerns for Oskar’s welfare.

Anyone with information about Oskar’s whereabouts can call Byron Bay Police Station on 02 66859499 or Crime Stoppers on 1800 333 000 or via http://nsw.crimestoppers.com.au.

The police report for the case is E97686858.

16-yr-old missing Oskar Michel Massey PIC Tweed Byron Police Facebook

16-yr-old missing Oskar Michel Massey PIC Tweed Byron Police Facebook


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