Police concerned for missing Noble Park man

Posted 10 hours 8 minutes ago - December 4th 2008
Updated 10 hours 9 minutes ago

Victorian Police are concerned for the welfare of a 70-year-old Noble Park man who has not been seen since November 14.

Jackup Jashari suffers from schizophrenia, speaks little English and had no money or medication when he went missing last month.

He was last seen at at his accommodation unit at Cyrstal Manor and was planning to catch a bus to his daughter's house in Dandenong.

He never arrived and he has not been seen or heard from since.

Man, 70, goes missing

4th December 2008 11:00:03 AM - Dandenong News

Noble Park man Jakup Jashari has been missing since 14 November.

POLICE and family are concerned for the welfare of a man missing from Noble Park. They have been told 70-year-old Jakup Jashari has not been seen since leaving his residential care home in Harold Road, Noble Park, at 5pm on 14 November.

Mr Jashari told carers he was going to catch a bus to Dandenong Market to have dinner with his daughter, which he did on most Tuesdays and Thursdays. He did not meet with his daughter and has not been seen or heard of since.

His family is concerned for his welfare as he speaks little English, has no money and requires daily medication. Mr Jashari is described as being 160 centimetres, of medium build with balding short grey-black hair.

Anyone who sees him is advised not to approach him but to contact 000 or Crime Stoppers on 1800 333 000.