Robert DICKIE  and Dylan DICKIE

 

Editor's note - Robert and Dylan went missing at different times and from different parts of New South Wales but I am making a page for them together, because Robert is Dylan's grandfather. Dylan shared the missing person appeals for his grandfather on his Facebook page, before he went missing himself.

Robert went missing on June 14th 2016. Dylan went missing  June 23rd 2016.

 

 

Image may contain: 1 person, outdoorMissing: Robert Dickie with his prized car, a late model red Mustang Shelby. Police are seeking help to find Mr Dickie. Photo: NSW POLICE

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 - From Dylan's Facebook page. 4 days before he went missing himself.

 

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Robert Dickie

 

Missing since: 
Tuesday, June 14, 2016
Last seen: 
Elong Elong NSW
Responsible jurisdiction: 
NSW
Year of birth: 
1945
3
Gender: 
Male
Height: 
174cm
Build: 
Thin
Hair: 
Grey
Eyes: 
Brown
Complexion: 
Medium
Distinguishing Features: 
Tattoo of skull and crossbones on upper left arm. Tattoo of snake and dagger, devil and eagle, tiger and panther on right arm. Tattoo of Australian flag on chest.

Dylan Dickie

Missing since: 
Thursday, June 23, 2016
Last seen: 
Cessnock NSW
Responsible jurisdiction: 
NSW
Year of birth: 
1997
 
Gender: 
Male
Height: 
170cm
Build: 
Slim
Hair: 
Blonde
Eyes: 
Blue
Complexion: 
Fair
Ethnicity: 
Caucasian
 

Circumstances

Robert Dickie, aged 71, was last seen about 6pm on Tuesday 14 June 2016, when he left his home on Wattle Road, Elong Elong. Robert did not return as planned and was reported missing.
Robert is described as being Caucasian in appearance, medium complexion, 174 cm tall, thin build, grey hair, handlebar style grey mustache and beard. He was last seen wearing blue denim jeans and a red tee shirt. Robert has a large amount of tattoos covering his torso, arms and back.
Robert has not been seen or heard from since. His disappearance is out of character with his family and police holding fears for his safety and welfare.
If you have any information that may assist police to locate Robert please call Crime Stoppers on 1800 333 000.

Dylan DICKIE, then aged 19, was last seen at Cessnock on 23 June 2016. Dylan’s abandoned motorcycle was later located on 3 July 2016 at Watagans National Park, South of Cessnock. Dylan has not been seen since, his disappearance is out of character and Police hold fears for his safety and welfare. He is described as being of Caucasian appearance, with blonde hair, blue eyes and slim build.

If you have information that may assist police to locate Dylan, please call Crime Stoppers on 1800 333 000.

NSW Police

Police are appealing to the community for assistance to locate a man who went missing from his home near Dubbo.
Officers from Orana Local Area Command were recently alerted to the disappearance of 71-year-old Robert Dickie, who was last seen leaving his Elong Elong home.
Mr Dickie has not been seen since Tuesday, 14th June 2016 and police and family have serious concerns for his welfare.
He is described as being of Caucasian appearance, 170cm tall with a thin build, grey hair and a handle bar moustache. 
When last seen he was wearing blue jeans and a red shirt.
Anyone with information about Mr Robert Dickie is urged to contact Dubbo Police Station (02) 6883 1599 or Crimestoppers on 1800 333 000.
Police are urging anyone with information in relation to this incident to call Crime Stoppers on 1800 333 000 or use the Crime Stoppers online reporting page: 
https://nsw.crimestoppers.com.au/ Information you provide will be treated in the strictest of confidence. We remind people they should not report crime information via our Facebook and Twitter pages.

Police re-appeal for public assistance regarding missing man – Dubbo

Tuesday, 21 June 2016 - VIP Local

Police are re-appealing for public assistance to help locate a man missing from his home near Dubbo since last week.

Robert Dickie, 71, was last seen leaving his Elong Elong home on Tuesday 14 June 2016.

Family members contacted police for assistance and officers from Orana Local Area Command began investigations into his disappearance.

Police and family have serious concerns for his welfare.

He is described as being of Caucasian appearance, 170cm tall with a thin build, grey hair and a handle bar moustache.

When last seen he was wearing blue jeans and a red shirt.

Orana Local Area Command Crime Manager, Detective Chief Inspector Rod Blackman said any information regarding the circumstances surrounding Mr Dickie’s disappearance or his current whereabouts would greatly assist police in their investigation.

“Mr Dickie’s family are obviously very anxious to know if he is alright, as it is out-of-character for him not to keep in contact with his family,” Detective Chief Inspector Blackman said.

“It has been over a week now and that is a long time to worry about an elderly loved one – so we are hoping someone can shed light on his disappearance,” he said.

Anyone with information about Mr Robert Dickie is urged to contact Dubbo Police Station or Crime Stoppers on 1800 333 000.

Police are urging anyone with information in relation to this incident to call Crime Stoppers on 1800 333 000 or use the Crime Stoppers online reporting page: https://nsw.crimestoppers.com.au/

Information required as search for Robert Dickie continues

Police have renewed calls for public assistance as they try to find missing man Robert Dickie.

Mr Dickie, aged 71, was last seen leaving his Elong Elong home by foot on Tuesday, June 14.
 

“Mr Dickie’s last movements on that day are important to us,” Orana Local Area Command investigations manager Detective Sergeant Mark Meredith said.

 

“He may have left with someone he knows, so if anyone has any knowledge we ask them to contact their local police or Crime Stoppers.”

Mr Dickie is of Caucasian appearance, fair complexion, 170cm tall, thin build, grey hair, handlebar style grey moustache and beard, wearing blue jeans and a red shirt. He has a large amount of body art and tattoos over his torso, arms and back. 

He is known to frequent Dubbo and has ties to the Mudgee/Gulgong area.  
 

Mr Dickie is known by locals for his distinctive late model red Mustang Shelby motor vehicle and interest in car shows.   

 

Police investigate disappearance of Dylan Dickie, missing from Cessnock since June 23, 2016

Dylan Dickie: Forensic analysis of discarded bike and helmet fails to uncover to what happened to 19-year-old

POLICE renewed their appeal for help in finding missing Cessnock teenager Dylan Dickie after forensic analysis of his discarded trailbike and helmet failed to uncover any new clues.

The 19-year-old has not been seen by his family since leaving on a Yahama 250 trail bike on June 23.
 

The bike, helmet and a set of gloves were discovered six days later during a large search of the Corrabare State Forest, about 20km south-west of Cessnock.

But tests on the items have only shown DNA matching Dylan, suggesting there was no-one else involved in his disappearance and confirming suggestions that he was not a victim of foul play.
 

However, it is unclear whether Dylan had decided to take time out or became disorientated in the bush.
 

It is now understood Dylan was last seen at a shop on the day he went missing and was wearing black track suit pants, a dark coloured hooded jacket, brown steel cap work boots and a black and white beanie.

 

Missing Cessnock teenager Dylan Dickie’s family keeps searching

Nicole Dickie wants her son, Dylan, home. 
 

Friends and family of the missing 19-year-old are preparing to pick up the search again, in rugged state forest, on October 6.

They haven’t seen him since he left the family home on a motorbike on June 23 and didn’t return, as expected, the following day.

Investigations in the days after Dylan’s disappearance traced him to Corrabare State Forest near Congewai, about 20km south west of Cessnock.

Searchers found the teenager’s Yamaha 250 trail bike, helmet and gloves abandoned in the forest, but there was no sign of Dylan.

That’s where the trail went cold.

For almost three months since, Dylan’s family has had to wait and wonder what happened to the young man, whose mother described him as a “homebody” who was “a whacky, funny character”.

“We try piecing the puzzle together only to assume the worst scenarios and outcome and that's very upsetting,” Ms Dickie told Fairfax Media.

“We've stopped guessing and chasing leads that led us nowhere, and instead talk of the happy memories with him. The most difficult part is not knowing exactly where and how he is.

“Dylan was a homebody, and I know he'd want to be home again with us.

“To imagine him out there in the middle of nowhere, all alone, literally makes my heart ache.”

While Ms Dickie said she and her family were grateful for the efforts of search teams in the days after Dylan was declared missing, she believed the search area should have been broader.

“The original search was carried out calculating Dylan being missing for nine days,” Ms Dickie said.

“Although I absolutely praise all involved, I have been pleading for them to go out and search further as he was actually missing for 12 days at that time so he could've travelled further.”

She said the family had pulled together and had felt strong support of the Cessnock community since Dylan went missing.

“We need to stay strong and carry on as best we can for Dylan's two younger sisters,” Ms Dickie said.
 

“He loved and adored them more than anything and he'd want us to be the best we can be, for them.”

Search for missing Cessnock teenager Dylan Dickie continues