Craig LEONARD

 

 

Circumstances

Craig was reported missing from his home address by his family and there are serious concerns for his safety and welfare. Craig suffers from a medical condition requiring constant medication.

 

Sunday 24 January 2010 TIME 1.00pm
Public assistance sought to locate missing man Craig Leonard


Elizabeth Police are seeking the assistance of the public in locating a missing man, Craig Leonard from Salisbury East, SA.
Mr Leonard was reported missing from his home address on Monday 11 January 2010. He is described as Caucasian, 41 years of age,
170cms, solid build, blue eyes with a shaved head.
Concerns are held for Mr Leonardís welfare as he suffers from a medical condition.
Anyone with information on the whereabouts of Mr Leonard is asked to contact BankSA Crime Stoppers on 1800 333 000.

 Friday 5 February 2010 TIME 6pm
MISSING PERSON
SALISBURY EAST


Elizabeth Police are requesting public assistance to locate a missing person.
Craig Leonard, 41 years of Salisbury East was last seen by his family in the vicinity of his home on the 10 January 2010. Mr Leonard has not made contact with any person since this date. Police hold grave fears for his welfare because he suffers from several ailments which require regular medication.
Mr Leonard is described as Caucasian, 170 cm tall, heavy build, balding with shaved greying blonde hair, clean shaven with the tattoos on both of his upper arms.
Investigators are seeking assistance from the public and ask any person who may know the whereabouts of or has had recent contact with Mr Leonard to call BankSA Crime Stoppers on 1800 333 000.

Missing man now major crime probe

Updated Wed Mar 24, 2010 1:11pm AEDT - ABC

Adelaide police have declared the disappearance of Salisbury East man Craig Leonard a major crime.

The father-of-three, 41, walked out of his home on January 10 and has not been seen since.

Police now think Mr Leonard has met with foul play.

Acting Superintendent Denise Gray hopes the public can help police work out what happened.

"We're hoping that someone will see his photo and that they'll provide us information or somebody that has suspiciousness about his disappearance might come forward and can do so anonymously," she said.

Mr Leonard is 170 centimetres tall, of heavy build, balding with shaved greying blonde hair and has tattoos on both upper arms.

Police say he needs daily medication for serious health problems.

Mr Leonard's partner said they were now separated and he had been due to move out within days to live with a friend.

She told police she had received several strange telephone calls from a man claiming to be a friend, saying her husband was being taken care of.

Police divers make Murray search

Updated Wed Apr 14, 2010 3:30pm AEST - ABC

Police divers have been searching part of the River Murray at Walker Flat for any evidence relating to the disappearance of Adelaide man Craig Leonard.

The Salisbury East man, 41, has been missing since January.

He has not used his bank accounts since or accessed vital medication.

The disappearance of the chronically-ill pensioner was declared a major crime last month as police believe he may have met with foul play.

In recent days, police have dug up part of the man's backyard in Douglas Road and taken away a number of items from the property, including a van.

DATE Saturday 8 May 2010
Search for Craig Leonard


Craig Leonard was last seen by his family in the vicinity of his home address at Salisbury East on Sunday, 10 January, 2010, and has not made contact with any person since this date. Police hold grave concerns for Mr Leonard.
Mr Leonard is 42 years old, Caucasian, 170cm tall, with a heavy build. He is balding with shaved greying blonde hair, clean shaven and has tattoos on both of his upper arms.
On Saturday, 8 May, 2010, police, in conjunction with State Emergency Services, will conduct a search of the Cobbler Creek Reserve in relation to Mr Leonardís disappearance.
Police are seeking assistance from the public and ask anyone who may know the whereabouts of Mr Leonard or has had recent contact with him, to call BankSA Crime Stoppers on 1800 333 000 or report online at sa.crimestoppers.com.au.