CCTV images released as police continue appeal to locate Central Coast man

Police have released CCTV images of a vehicle whose driver they would like to speak to, as they continue to conduct inquiries into the whereabouts of a missing Central Coast man.

Logan Losurdo, aged 20, was last seen about 1.15am on Friday 26 November 2021 on Pebble Beach Avenue, Magenta, walking in the direction of Wilfred Barrett Drive. He was reported missing to police about 8.15pm that night and has not been seen or heard from since.

Officers from Tuggerah Lakes Police District – with the assistance of SES volunteers, PolAir, Water Police, Marine Rescue, NSW Surf Lifesaving and the Volunteer Rescue Association (VRA) – have conducted extensive land and sea searches in the Magenta and The Entrance areas, with several of Logan’s personal belongings being located in The Entrance North area.

Police and family hold concerns for his welfare.

Detectives have established Strike Force McConnell to investigate the circumstances surrounding Logan’s disappearance.

As part of ongoing inquiries, investigators have released images of a white vehicle which was seen on Magenta Drive shortly before 1.10am on Friday 26 November 2021.

A man is seen to get out of the vehicle and speak with Logan before re-entering the car and driving away.

There is no suggestion this vehicle or person is involved in Logan’s disappearance, however detectives would like to speak to the man as they believe he could assist with their inquiries.

Logan is described as being of Caucasian appearance, between 170cm to 180cm tall, of medium build, with black, curly hair and brown eyes.

He was wearing a black ‘Billabong’ long sleeve hooded puffer jacket, dark shorts and white ‘Reebok’ skate shoes.

He is known to frequent Erina and The Entrance.

Police are continuing to appeal for anyone who may have dashcam footage or CCTV from Wilfred Barrett Drive, Hutton Road or Stewart Streets between 12.30am and 6am on Friday 26 November to contact Wyong Police or Crime Stoppers on 1800 333 000.

Anyone with information about this incident is urged to contact Crime Stoppers: 1800 333 000 or Information is treated in strict confidence. The public is reminded not to report information via NSW Police social media pages.

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