Police hold serious welfare concerns for missing man Wayne Michael Parker

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Missing man Wayne Michael Parker.
Camera IconMissing man Wayne Michael Parker. Credit: WA Police

Police are seeking information into the whereabouts of missing 61-year-old Wayne Michael Parker who has not been seen or heard from since Saturday.

Mr Parker was last seen in Mt Barker on Saturday and his disappearance is out of character, with police holding serious concerns for his welfare.

A description and picture of Mr Parker were released by police on Sunday along with a photo of a vehicle he may be travelling in.

Mr Parker is described as fair-skinned, 185-190cm tall, of large build with broad shoulders, and has short grey hair with an unshaven appearance.

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The Nissan Navara that is believed to be driven by Wayne Parker.
Camera IconThe Nissan Navara that is believed to be driven by Wayne Parker. Credit: WA Police

He was last seen wearing a high-visibility collared polo shirt, navy blue or black jeans, a blue fleecy jacket, a baseball cap, black work boots and glasses.

Police believe Mr Parker is driving a grey Nissan Navara with the registration O62 CN.

Albany officer-in-charge Senior Sergeant Hugh Letessier said police were actively looking for Mr Parker.

“We are calling for anyone with information or has seen Mr Parker to advise police as we have concerns for his welfare,” Sen Sgt. Letessier said.

“The vehicle itself is quite identifiable and the number plates are also recognisable.”

Anyone who sees Mr Parker or his vehicle is asked to call police immediately on 131 444.

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