A loved one has been reported missing. Please help us spread the word about Danny Leigh Block out of West Wyalong, New South Wales by sharing this report.
UPDATE: We regret to inform that Danny Leigh Block has been located deceased. Deepest condolences to Danny’s family and friends.
ORIGINAL ARTICLE: WEST WYALONG — The West Wyalong Police Station is asking for the local public’s assistance in locating missing 54 year old Danny Leigh Block out of the West Wyalong,New South Wales area.
Danny was last seen on MARCH. 17 . 2017. A search is underway to locate a man reported missing at West Wyalong. Danny Leigh Block, aged 54, was last seen about 8.15 am yesterday (Friday 17 March 2017), leaving his home on Railway Road, West Wyalong. Mr Block has an acquired brain injury and suffers from a physical disability which requires the use of an electric wheel chair to move around. Relatives and carers contacted police that evening when he did not return home and have serious concerns for his welfare. Officers from Griffith Local Area Command commenced searching possible locations for Mr Block last night, but have been unable to locate him. A co-ordinated search of bushland surrounding West Wyalong was activated today (Saturday 18 March 2017), involving resources from police, SES and the Rural Fire Service.
Danny is described as:
• GENDER: Female.
• ETHNICITY: Caucasian.
• HAIR: Brown/Balding.
• WEIGHT: Slim.
• OTHER: Mr Block has an acquired brain injury and suffers from a physical disability which requires the use of an electric wheel chair to move around.
Do you know something?
If you have any information in regards to Danny’s whereabouts, you are being asked to contact the West Wyalong Police Station on (02) 6972 2444 immediately.
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