Police search for missing man Ron Darby

Police are seeking public assistance to help locate missing man Ron Darby.

The 55-year-old was last seen at his Red Hill home in the afternoon of Wednesday 2 December.

Police and family have concerns for his welfare.

He is likely to be travelling on foot and does not have his phone or any money.

Ron has a medium build and dark hair.

Investigators have released an image of Ron in the hope someone recognises him and can provide information regarding his current whereabouts.

Anyone who sees Ron or has information about his current whereabouts is asked to contact the Rosebud Police Station on 03 5986 0444



Missing Red Hill man Ron Darby, search called off for local walker

A week long search from the air and ground has failed to find a Red Hill man. Bushwalkers and horse riders are being urged to keep a look out.

Lucy Callander

A week long search for a 55 year-old man missing on the Mornington Peninsula has been called off.

Ron Darby was last seen at his Red Hill home on Wednesday, December 2.

It is understood he left home in the afternoon without his phone or wallet.

Police believe he was travelling on foot.

Bush tracks around Arthurs Seat Road have been searched and police have appealed to bush walkers to look out for Mr Darby.

Mr Darby has a medium build and dark brown hair.

He was last seen wearing a grey fleece top, grey pants and brown suede shoes.

Rosebud Police said on Thursday that the search had “concluded” but Mr Darby was still missing.

Anyone with information about Mr Darby should phone Rosebud Police Station on 5986 0444.



Southern Peninsula News 15 December 2020

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