Police are continuing to appeal for urgent public assistance to help locate a man missing from Tamborine Mountain.
Trevor Wilson, 62, was last seen at his Katoomba Crescent home by his wife on Friday evening but was gone when she woke up yesterday morning.
Family and police are concerned for Mr Wilson’s welfare as this is out of character.
Mr Wilson is a keen bushwalker, and searches of the nearby Botanical Gardens and Heritage Centre as well as tracks he is known to frequent have been conducted but without success.
Volunteers from the State Emergency Service have also been assisting police with the search today.
Mr Wilson is described as Caucasian with a proportionate build, around 170 centimetres tall with short grey hair and green eyes.
It is not known exactly what he was wearing when he left home, however it is likely he is wearing glasses, a shirt, shorts, walking shoes and a hooded jumper.
He did not take a wallet or a mobile phone with him.
The number one concern of police and Mr Wilson’s family is his well-being and are urging him to make contact so that officers and his loved ones know he is okay.
Anyone who may have seen Mr Wilson or knows of his whereabouts is urged to contact police.
*An earlier version of this media release said his wife noticed him missing this morning. That was incorrect. His wife noticed him missing yesterday morning.*
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