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Police suspend search for missing Albany man

Jessica CuthbertAlbany Advertiser
Great Southern Police Suoerintendent Ian Clarke.
Camera IconGreat Southern Police Suoerintendent Ian Clarke. Credit: Laurie Benson Albany Advertiser

Police have suspended the search for a missing Albany man, whose vehicle was found abandoned at The Gap.

Nathan Gaunt’s vehicle was found abandoned at The Gap on Monday October 22, instigating a search of the area with the assistance of a fixed-wing aircraft, marine rescue, SES crews and police divers over several days.

Superintendent Ian Clarke said police are still treating the incident as a missing person.

“We have exhausted the areas of which we can search, going forward we will continue to make inquiries,” he said.

“The search is suspended unless we receive new information, so we are wanting to speak with anyone with any type of new information or with anyone who saw Nathan in the days before the Monday.”

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SES together with the RAC rescue helicopter and Albany Sea Rescue were involved in the search.
Camera IconSES together with the RAC rescue helicopter and Albany Sea Rescue were involved in the search. Credit: Laurie Benson Albany Advertiser

Anyone with information is asked to call Albany Police Station on 9892 9300.

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