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Imamazed

Gregory Kelly missing from #Caringbah #Australia

Police are appealing for public help to locate a 38-year-old man who was last seen at Caringbah. Gregory Kelly was last seen on Friday morning (15 May 2015) by family members at his Box Road workplace. When family members returned to the business, Mr Kelly was not there. Police are concerned for Mr Kelly’s welfare as he requires medication for an ongoing medical condition and has no access to his medication. Mr Kelly does not have his mobile phone with him.

Gregory Kelly missing from #Caringbah #Australia
Imamazed, May 19, 2015
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