Bernard Vincent REARDON
|DOB:||33 years old|
|Bernard was last seen by his flatmates about midday on 18 January, 1989 at Kensington. He told them he was going to see a doctor at Maroubra instead of going to work that day. He did not arrive at the doctor's surgery and failed to return home or attend work the next day. Bernard is a responsible person and family cannot account for his behaviour. They hold fears for his safety.|
|Reported missing to: Missing Persons Unit .|
Have you seen Bernard
NSW Police are appealing for public assistance, as part of #MissingPersonsWeek, to locate now 48-year-old Bernard Reardon, last seen in Kensington 24 years ago.
The officer in charge of the case, Detective Senior Constable Samuel Martin, said Mr Reardon was last seen at noon on Wednesday 10 January 1989 at his home in Milroy Avenue, Kensington.
“The then 23 year old told his flatmate he was not attending work but instead was going to see a doctor in Maroubra. He didn’t attend the surgery nor did he attend work the following day.
“Bernard had been suffering from a number of migraine headaches prior going missing. His family are extremely upset about his disappearance and have had 24 years of not knowing what has happened to him,” he said.
“Mr Reardon is described as Caucasian in appearance, about 183cms tall with a thin build, brown eyes and has a scar on his upper right arm.
“Anyone who knows of Mr Reardon’s whereabouts is urged to contact Crime Stoppers on 1800 333 000,” Det Snr Cst Martin said.