Jordan Morris was last seen in the vicinity of Castlereagh Road (Boundary Creek), Penrith at 3:15pm on Friday 24 April 2015. Prior to this, Jordan last made contact with his mother on 17 March 2015 via Facebook, however he has not made contact with his family since this time. His disappearance is considered out of character.
Despite an extensive investigation and multiple searches in the area, police are yet to locate Jordan and there are serious concerns held for his welfare.
If you have information that may assist police to locate Jordan please call Crime Stoppers on 1800 333 000.
Police hold grave fears for a man missing for more than a month after allegedly fleeing in bushland following a 200km police pursuit.
Jordan Morris, 22, was reported missing last week after family and friends had not heard from him since he allegedly fled from a car that crashed in Penrith on April 24.
Police are searching bushland in and around the Nepean River close to where the allegedly stolen Nissan Pulsar crashed on Castlereagh Rd near Coreen Ave.
The pursuit started in Mudgee two hours earlier, where a police car was allegedly rammed, but was called off due to excessive speed.
Penrith Police spotted the car at 3pm and it crashed on a median strip after driving over road spikes.
The driver and Mr Morris fled while two others were arrested at the car. The driver was arrested but Mr Morris escaped.
He is described as being of Caucasian appearance, about 165 to 170cm tall, of slim build, with brown hair and blue eyes. He has two tattoos, one on his left wrist and left lower arm.
The other three people in the car were charged and are before the courts.
Police are renewing their appeal to find Jordan Morris, who was reported missing after a car chase ended in Penrith after police deployed a spike strip.
On April 24, a car lead police on a chase in Mudgee, with four people in the
The chase was called off for safety reasons but the car was monitored by a police helicopter on the approximate 210 kilometre journey to Penrith.
In Penrith the chase started again and police laid a spike strip on Castlereagh Road.
The car slide to a stop in the median strip near Coreen Avenue, Penrith after hitting the spikes.
Two men and a woman were arrested in the car but is believed a fourth person, Mr Morris, 22, ran from the scene.
He was reported missing to police on May 26.
The Morris family and Parramatta Local area command police are concerned for the
welfare of Jordan as he has not been seen since April.
A critical incident was declared by police on June 1 after it was alleged he was involved in a police pursuit, but it is no longer deemed a critical incident and police are continuing to try to locate Mr Morris.
Mr Morris’ uncle, Garry McDonigal, who is close to Jordan, has flown in from England to support the family and hopes to hear from Jordan or someone that knows his whereabouts.
Mr Morris is described as Caucasian in appearance, 165 - 170 centimetres tall,
of slim build, with brown hair and blue eyes.
He has two tattoos - one on his left wrist and left lower arm.
After the chase, police said the car was stolen from Kellyville between 1.30pm
Tuesday April 21 and 6.45am Friday April 24.
The driver, from Pendle Hill, was later charged with driving with a disqualified licence, police pursuit (Skye’s Law), driving in a dangerous manner and breach of bail.
He appeared before Parramatta local court on April 25.
Two passengers, a man, 36 from Stanhope Gardens, and a woman, 35 from Mudgee, were arrested and charged with being in the car without permission of the owner and the man was also charged with obtaining financial advantage by deception.
They will both appear at Penrith local court on Thursday May 7.
A third man, of an unknown age, also ran from police and he remains at large.