Maryborough man missing

CONCERNS for the safety of a Maryborough man were heightening last night after a fourth day passed since he was last seen.

Police were seeking help from the public in their efforts to find 56-year-old Lance Hay.

Mr Hay was last seen about 10.30am on October 22 at his Albert Street home by a relative.

He has not made contact with family or friends since and there are concerns for his welfare.

Mr Hay is described as caucasian with a fair complexion, he has hazel eyes, is approximately 180cm tall with a heavy build and a receding hairline. He is possibly now clean-shaven.

It is believed he is driving a red 1997 Jeep Cherokee station wagon with Queensland registration 313 JZH.

Another Maryborough man, Noel Allan Clark, has been missing since May 25 when he was last seen at the city's former Centrelink office in Ellena Street.

Police hold grave fears for the whereabouts of the 33-year-old and announced last week that the case had been upgraded to a murder investigation.

Anyone with information which could help police with their investigations can contact police on 4123 8111 or Crime Stoppers on 1800 333 000 or via crimestoppers.com.au 24 hours a day.


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