Police are appealing to the Mudgee community and businesses to review CCTV and dashcam footage as investigations into the whereabouts of a missing teen continue.
Natan Darcy, 19, was last seen about 2.30am last Saturday (2 November 2019), near Market Street, between Church and Perry Streets at Mudgee.
He was reported missing and officers from Orana Mid Western Police District established Strike Force Alanson to investigate his disappearance and conduct inquiries to locate him.
Police and Natan’s family have serious concerns for his welfare as he has not been in contact since Saturday and this is considered very out of character.
Natan is described as being about 183cm tall with a solid build, olive skin, short dark hair and brown eyes.
He was last seen wearing a mustard-coloured t-shirt with embroidery on the front with white writing with red roses on it. He was also wearing grey shorts.
Orana Mid Western Police District Acting Crime Manager, Detective Sergeant Joshua Holgate, said any footage recorded during the hours of 1am and 8am on Saturday (2 November 2019) could provide vital information.
“We encourage businesses and community members to save and review CCTV and dashcam footage recorded between 1am and 8am on Saturday, which could contain vital information to this investigation,” he said.
“Please look through the footage or better yet, save it and bring it to Mudgee Police Station for our investigators to assess – we don’t want to lose any potential leads.
“Any minor detail could provide us new leads or indicate areas to allocate search teams.
“We’d still like to hear from anyone who believes they saw Natan in the early hours of Saturday, or who has information about his current whereabouts.”
Anyone with information that may assist Strike Force Alanson investigators is urged to contact Mudgee Police Station or Crime Stoppers: 1800 333 000 or https://nsw.crimestoppers.com.au. Information is treated in strict confidence.