Timothy PULLEN

Missing man, Mackay

July 2, 2012, 7:41 pm
QLD Police are appealing for public assistance to locate missing man Timothy Pullen.

Mr Pullen (pictured) was last seen in the northern beaches area of Mackay area on April 13, 2012. He has not contacted his family since.

It is out of character for Mr Pullen not to have made contact with his family and police hold concerns for his welfare.

The 34-year-old is described as being approximately 180cms tall, with a proportionate build, balding with brown hair and hazel eyes.

Anyone with information which could assist police with their investigations should contact Mackay police on 4968 3533 or Crime Stoppers anonymously via 1800 333 000 or crimestoppers.com.au 24hrs a day.

Crime Stoppers is a charitable community volunteer organisation working in partnership with the Queensland Police Service.

 

Police seek missing man clues

Posted July 03, 2012 09:33:11 - ABC

Police are appealing for public information for a man who has been missing from the Mackay region for more than two months.

Timothy Pullen was last seen in the Northern Beaches in mid-April and has not contacted his family since then.

His family say his lack of contact is out of character.

The 34 year old is described as being about 180cms tall, with a proportionate build, balding with brown hair and hazel eyes.

Police fear for missing man

Dominic Geiger | 4th July 2012 9:00 AM - Daily Mercury

MACKAY police have confirmed they are concerned for the welfare of missing Mackay man Timothy Pullen.

Reports Mr Pullen may have been murdered emerged last week.

However, Mackay police yesterday said the investigation was being treated as a missing person case.

On Sunday the Daily Mercury revealed Mackay detectives had established at 24-hour police guard outside a Valley St unit complex.

Police have since confirmed the unit complex investigations are connected to Mr Pullen's disappearance.

At a media conference yesterday, Detective Acting Senior Sergent Jon Kent said police had received information from the public which had led them to worry about Mr Pullen's safety.

"Mackay detectives are running the investigation with assistance from the State Crime Operations Command officers," Det Acting Snr Sgt Kent said.

"We are looking for more public support in relation to this. Anybody who may have information in relation to this person can certainly contact us here at Mackay police."

Mr Pullen is about 180cm tall, with a proportionate build, balding with brown hair and hazel eyes.

Police said it was out of character for Mr Pullen not to have made contact with his family and police held concerns for his welfare.

The 34-year-old was last seen in the Northern Beaches area on April 12 this year; however, police said he had only been reported missing last week.

Anyone with information that could help police with their investigation should phone Mackay police on 4968 3533 or Crime Stoppers anonymously on 1800 333 000, or go to crimestoppers.com.au 24 hours a day.

 

Man rarely seen at unit

6th July 2012 7:55 AM - Daily Mercury

SEBASTIAN Walker isn't worried about living next door to the unit missing Mackay man Timothy Pullen used to inhabit.

"It doesn't really worry me, stuff like this happens," Mr Walker said.

"I think it's a great place to live, I don't have any reason to feel unsafe."

Reports Mr Pullen may have been murdered emerged last week.

However, police yesterday reaffirmed the case was a missing persons investigation.

Yesterday Mr Pullen's old unit was unoccupied and a large amount of rubbish sat in the front courtyard.

Mr Walker said he had rarely seen Mr Pullen while he was living next door.

"He wasn't here much. He only stayed for a few days at a time then I guess he went back out to the mines or wherever he worked," Mr Walker said.

Yesterday Mackay police confirmed Mr Pullen was unemployed at the time of his disappearance.

Detective Acting Senior Sergent Jon Kent said police were still calling on the public for information on Mr Pullen's disappearance.

"Anyone who has information in relation to this person can certainly contact us here at Mackay police," Det Acting Snr Sgt Kent said.

Mr Walker said police had questioned him extensively over Mr Pullen's disappearance.

"The police... (were) mainly just asking if I'd seen certain people," Mr Walker said.

"They were asking about who comes and goes, what coloured cars, that sort of stuff.

"It was just lots of detectives asking me those sorts of things over and over again."

Mr Walker said Mr Pullen had lived with a number of other people who had since left the unit.

Mr Pullen was last seen in the Northern Beaches area on April 12 this year, however, he was reported missing last week.

Anyone with information that could help police with their investigation should phone Mackay police on 4968 3533 or Crime Stoppers on 1800 333 000.