Peter MESSARITI

     

DOB: 1955  (now 53 years old)          Age when missing - 43 years
HAIR: Brown BUILD: Thin     Height - 173cm EYES: Green/Hazel Complexion - Tanned  
CIRCUMSTANCES:
Peter was last seen at Bombala on 15 November 1998. His car was found abandoned near his home..Peter has made no contact with family or friends since this date and there are concerns for his welfare.
Reported missing to: Bombala Police Station.

Saturday, 15 November 2008.
$50,000 reward posted to help solve disappearance


NSW Minister for Police Tony Kelly today announced a $50,000 reward to help solve the mysterious disappearance of Bombala man Peter Messariti 10 years ago.
“It has now been a decade since Mr Messariti was last seen: 10 years of heartbreak for his family not knowing what happened to him,” Mr Kelly said.
Mr Messariti was last seen at the Athame property in Bombala on 15 November 1998.
His car was seen that afternoon in Bukalong, a short distance
from the property. It was parked as if it had broken down – it was unlocked and still contained personal papers.
Police from Strike Force Clayland conducted extensive investigations into Mr Messariti’s disappearance, including thorough searches of surrounding bushland and interviews with people who knew him.
Despite these efforts, and the identification of some persons of interest, Mr Messariti has not been found and no one has been charged over his disappearance.
Mr Kelly said investigators hope the $50,000 reward will encourage people with information to come forward.
“Police are convinced there are people who know what happened to Mr Messariti and I encourage them to come forward,” Mr Kelly said.
“The smallest piece of information could be the vital link that police need to uncover the circumstances surrounding Mr Messariti’s mysterious disappearance.”


Anyone with information should contact Crime Stoppers on 1800 333 000

Police offer $50k reward for missing man info

Posted Sat Nov 15, 2008 2:34pm AEDT

New South Wales Police Minister Tony Kelly has announced a $50,000 reward to help solve the mysterious disappearance of a man on the state's far south coast 10 years ago.

Peter Messariti was last seen at a Bombala property in November of 1998.

His car was seen parked nearby as if it had broken down.

Despite police investigations and searches of the surrounding bushland Mr Messariti has never been found and no one has been charged over his disappearance.

$50,000 for ‘Moses’

19/11/2008 9:58:00 AM - Bombala Times

 

MINISTER for Police Tony Kelly has announced a $50,000 reward to help solve the mysterious disappearance of Bombala man Peter Messariti 10 years ago.

“It has now been a decade since Mr Messariti was last seen; 10 years of heartbreak for his family not knowing what happened to him,” Mr Kelly said.

Mr Messariti was last seen at the Athame property in Bombala on November 15, 1998.

His car was seen that afternoon in Bukalong, a short distance from the property. It was parked as if it had broken down - it was unlocked and still contained personal papers.

Police from Strike Force Clayland conducted extensive investigations into Mr Messariti’s disappearance, including thorough searches of surrounding bushland and interviews with people who knew him.

Despite these efforts, and the identification of some persons of interest, Mr Messariti has not been found and no one has been charged over his disappearance.

Mr Kelly said investigators hope the $50,000 reward will encourage people with information to come forward.

“Police are convinced there are people who know what happened to Mr Messariti and I encourage them to come forward,” Mr Kelly said.

“The smallest piece of information could be the vital link that police need to uncover the circumstances surrounding Mr Messaritis mysterious disappearance.”

Anyone with information should contact

Crime Stoppers on 1800 333 000.