Noel James ACTON

Missing from Gosnells, WA

Height: 5ft 8ins
Hair:long brown slightly gray
No distinguishing marks.

Noel Acton was 38 years old when he went missing and was last seen on November 6th 2007. He left his home with no possessions and his car was left unlocked in the carport.

Noel's parents are extremely worried for Noel's welfare and appeared on national television on November 14th appealing for information but there have been no reported sightings of Noel. "At the moment we are at our wit's end"  says Noel's father, Jack.

If you have any information about the whereabouts of Noel Acton please call Crimestoppers on 1800 333 000 or Armadale Police Station.

*There was an unconfirmed sighting of Noel on the Bibbulmun Track. If you are walking the track please keep an eye out for Noel and report any sightings to Crimestoppers on 1800 333 000.

Noel is NOT in any trouble, his family just need to know he's okay. Noel's birthday is always a special day for Noel to spend with his family - let's hope he comes home for that day.

      Your Mother and I are missing you terribly we could not imagine being without you. Liam and Shaun are very upset and don't  know were to turn. You have not reminded us that it's getting close to your birthday ( and you always do ) we are becoming ill with worry we miss you and we love you.
If you see this message, just find some way to just let us know that your ok.
                   All our love Mum and Dad.


Seeking Information On Gosnells Missing Man

14 November 2007

Police are seeking the whereabouts of a 38 year old Gosnells man who was last seen on the afternoon of Tuesday 6 November 2007.

Noel James Acton is described as being 174cm tall, of slim build with long black hair and brown eyes.

Mr Acton was last seen when he attended an appointment at around 4.30pm on the afternoon of 6 November 2007. He failed to turn up for work at a Maddington engineering business the next day (Wednesday).

Mr Acton’s car was later located unlocked at his Gosnells residence, and his belongings remain untouched.

Family and friends are concerned for Mr Acton’s welfare, as they consider his disappearance unusual and out of character.

Anyone with information on the whereabouts of Mr Acton is asked to contact Crime Stoppers on 1800 333 000.

Police searching for missing man

Article from: AAP - Perth Now

November 10, 2007 10:00pm

POLICE are seeking information about the whereabouts of a man, missing from his Gosnells home since Tuesday.

Noel Acton was last seen at 10am on Tuesday, November 6 when he drove his nephew to Rockingham.

Police believe he returned home to his Rudall Place property, where he left his car but has not been seen since.

Mr Acton did not attend work at a Maddington engineering company on Tuesday.

"He hasn't touched his car and he hasn't touched his belongings since,'' police spokeswoman Ros Weatherall said.

"It is totally out of character and his family are very concerned for his welfare,'' she said.

Mr Acton is described as being 174cm tall, of slim build with long black hair and brown eyes.

Anyone with information about his whereabouts is urged to call CrimeStoppers on 1800 333 000.


Police concerned for missing man

Posted Wed Nov 14, 2007 6:19pm AEDT
Updated Wed Nov 14, 2007 7:19pm AEDT  - ABC


Police say a 38-year-old man who disappeared more than a week ago became agitated in the days before he disappeared.

Noel James Acton failed to turn up for work in Maddington last Wednesday morning after taking the day off on Tuesday to attend a counselling appointment.

His unlocked car was found in the garage of his Gosnells home and his bank accounts have not been touched.

Detective Senior Constable Brenda Duddy says the last confirmed sighting of Mr Acton was at work on Monday.

"He seemed of normal character on Monday morning according to his work colleagues," she said.

"He made several phone calls throughout the day and, as a result one of those phone calls, he became very angry and quite agitated on his way home on Monday evening."

Missing man’s parents beg him to make contact
14th November 2007, 15:30 WST


The parents of a missing 38-year-old Gosnells man have pleaded for him to contact them.

Jack Acton said his son was a quiet but highly intelligent man who was planning to buy his first home in the coming months.

“We just want to know you are OK,” Mr Acton said.

Noel James Acton was last seen at an appointment about 4.30pm on November 6 at an unknown wellness clinic.

Armadale Det-Sen. Const. Brenda Duddy said police had so far been unable to contact the Maddington clinic and urged anyone who had contact with Mr Acton on November 6 to come forward.

“In the days before his disappearance, colleagues and his flatmate reported behaviour that was out of character, including aggression,” Det-Sen. Const. Duddy said.

“We are extremely concerned for his welfare as he failed to report for work on November 7, which was also out of character,” she said.

He worked at a Maddington engineering business.

Worried relatives contacted police, who found Mr Acton’s yellow Pulsar car unlocked at his Gosnells home. His belongings appeared to be untouched.

Mr Acton is described as 174cm tall, with a slim build, long black hair and brown eyes.

His family and friends have reported his disappearance as unusual, and anyone with information is urged to contact Crime Stoppers on 1800 333 000.