Nicholas "Nick" PAVLIDIS


Missing Person - Nick PAVLIDIS




Nicholas 'Nick' Pavlidis of Currambine WA was last spoken to at his home by a friend between 7 and 14 October 2015.

His white Mitsubishi Lancer 1CKU477 was located abandoned near the corner of Pigeon and Yeal Roads, Yanchep WA on 24 October 2015. Nickís associates raised concerns for his welfare due to his unexpected absence and state of mind.

Despite extensive inquiries by police and family his whereabouts are not known.

If you have information that may assist police in the disappearance of  please call Crime Stoppers on 1800 333 000.


Police need help to find Nick Pavlidis, 48, missing for a month

EMERGENCY services and police are scouring bushland near Yanchep as efforts continue to find a Perth man who hasnít been seen in a month.

Nicholas (Nick) Pavlidis, 48, was last seen between October 7 and 14 in Currambine.

A WA Police spokesman said a major search had been sparked after Mr Pavlidisís vehicle was located in bushland near Yanchep. 
The vehicle was found significantly damaged with a shattered windscreen, flat tyres and suspicious dents in the doors.

Nine News reported the car was discovered with two bullet holes in the driverís door, however this is yet to be confirmed by police.

The spokesman said concerns were held for Mr Pavlidisís welfare.

Mr Pavlidis is described as being approximately 187cm tall with a medium to stocky build, brown eyes, brown hair and with a fair/ruddy complexion.

Police are unsure of the clothing he is wearing.

They ask anyone who sees Mr Pavlidis to call police immediately on 131 444.

Breakthrough in missing Perth man case


THE abandoned car of a 48-year-old Perth man who has been missing for almost a month has been found in bushland north of the city with bullet-like holes in it.

CONCERNS are held for the welfare of Nicholas Pavlidis, who was last seen in the northern Perth suburb of Currambine between October 7 and 14.

Police said on Tuesday that they'd discovered his abandoned car on a Yanchep bush track and released video showing what appears to be two bullet holes in the driver's side doors.

A spokeswoman said it wasn't yet known if the damage was old or new, or whether Mr Pavlidis had been driving the car or it had been stolen.