POLICE have re-issued an appeal for information to help locate a man
missing for more than 10 years from the Central Coast.
David Stevens Brown, then 33, was last seen by family in Lake Haven
on October 27, 2001.
He has not been seen or heard from since.
Mr Brown’s disappearance was reported to Tuggerah Lakes police, who
made a number of inquiries.
Police are now revisiting the investigation into Mr Brown’s
disappearance and re-appealing for information from the public.
Tuggerah Lakes Crime Manager Detective Inspector Paul Laksa said any
piece of information on the circumstances surrounding Mr Brown’s
disappearance or his current whereabouts would assist detectives in
“Mr Brown’s family are obviously very anxious to know what happened
to him, as it is out-of-character for him not to keep in contact
with his family,” Detective Inspector Laksa said.
“It has been over ten years and that is a long time to worry about a
loved one – so we are hoping someone can shed light on his
Mr Brown is described as Caucasian, about 175 centimetres tall, with
a thin build, short brown hair and blue eyes.
He has a tattoo on his upper right arm resembling an eagle spreading
He was last seen wearing blue jeans and a t-shirt and carrying a
large black and green nylon diving bag.
It is possible he has hyphenated his last name to Stevens-Brown.
He may also go by an alias of Dane Black.
Anyone with information is urged to contact Crime Stoppers on 1800