On the evening of Tuesday 27th August 2013 police were called to the Peter's premises by a neighbour. There was no sign of him however the two front windows were smashed. The following morning he was formally reported missing by family, and the local Mental Health Crisis Team confirmed that Peter suffers from schizophrenia. Despite the local area being searched by police, several unconfirmed sightings and numerous other enquiries, the whereabouts of Peter remain unknown.
From his family - "PETER IS STILL MISSING.......he is 45 years old, 173cm tall (5ft 8inches), medium build, bluegrey eyes and bald with a bit of brownish / grey hair. He was last seen in Idaline Street, Collaroy Plateau on Tuesday 27th August 2013. Peter always wears long-sleeved shirts, long pants and often wears a cap. If you think may have seen Peter recently or have any information that you think may be relevant, please let Crime Stoppers know on 1800 333 000."
Search for missing Collaroy Plateau man Peter Millett
- Manly Daily
- September 03, 2013
It is believed Peter Millett, 45, left his home on Tuesday night or Wednesday night and has not been seen since.
His family said he left without taking medication he requires, including Ventolin for asthma.
Mr Millett's sister Leanne said her brother's disappearance is out of character.
"We have serious concerns for his welfare," she said.
"We're very keen to hear from him and to know that he is OK."
She said her brother's parents, brother and other sister all live on the northern beaches. He also has a brother in the UK and are all concerned for his welfare,
She said her brother doesn't drive a car and walks everywhere, so he would be recognised by most people at Collaroy Plateau.
Mr Millet is described as being about 173cm tall (about 5ft 8in), with a medium build, blue-grey eyes, balding with a little bit of brown/grey hair.
He always wears long-sleeved shirts and long pants.
Anyone who has seen Mr Millett or has knowledge of his whereabouts is urged to call Dee Why police station on 9971 3399 or Crime Stoppers on 1800 333 000.