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Disappearance now murder probe

A MARYBOROUGH man who has been missing since May is believed to have met with foul play.

Police on Monday confirmed they are treating the disappearance of 33-year-old Noel Allan Clark as a suspected homicide.

Mr Clark was last seen in Watt Street, Murgon, on May 25 and later that day at Centrelink in Lennox Street, Maryborough.

There have been no confirmed sightings of Mr Clark since then and police hold grave fears for his safety.

Acting Regional Crime Co-ordinator, Acting Superintendent Dave Drinnen, said investigators from the North Coast Region criminal investigation branches and the Homicide Investigation Group had established a Major Incident Room at Gympie Police Station.

"We are urging anyone who may have information relating to the movements of Mr Clark from May 25 onwards or information regarding his disappearance or the whereabouts of his car to contact us," he said.

Police have carried out extensive investigations into Mr Clark’s disappearance and believe he has met with foul play.

Relatives reported Mr Clark missing to police in July after making inquiries and not being able to locate him.

Mr Clark is described as 165cm tall with dark brown hair, a medium build and fair complexion.

Police would also like to hear from anyone who might have seen Mr Clark’s blue 1994 Ford Fairmont sedan with Queensland registration 952-LFQ.

Anyone with information can contact Crime Stoppers on 1800 333 000.



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