A loved one has been reported missing. Please help us spread the word about Ramin Nikkah out of Kellyville, New South Wales by sharing this report.
KELLYVILLE — The Hills Police is asking for the local public’s assistance in locating missing 45 year old Ramin Nikkah out of the Kellyville, New South Wales area.
Ramin was last seen on April 17, 2017. Police are appealing to the community to help locate a man missing from Sydney’s north-west. Ramin Nikkah, aged 45, was last seen leaving a house in a black Nissan X-Trail with registration plates CI44KC, on Patterson Avenue, Kellyville, about 1 am on Monday 17 April 2017. Police and family members hold concerns for his welfare. Officers attached to The Hills Local Area Command commenced a search for the missing man, but have been unable to locate him. Mr Nikkah is described as being of Mediterranean/Middle Eastern appearance, about 190 cm tall, of medium build, with a balding head of dark brown hair and a moustache. He was last seen wearing a light coloured t-shirt and dark coloured tracksuit pants. Anyone who sees Mr Nikkah or his vehicle, or who knows his whereabouts is urged to contact The Hills Police Station via Crime Stoppers.
Ramin is described as:
• GENDER: Male.
• ETHNICITY: Mediterranean/Middle Eastern .
• HAIR: Balding Head with Dark Brown Hair.
• EYES: Brown.
• HEIGHT: 190 cm.
• WEIGHT: Medium.
• OTHER: Moustache.
Do you know something?
If you have any information in regards to Ramin’s whereabouts, you are being asked to contact the The Hills Police on (02) 9680 5399 immediately.
Want to stay anonymous?
If you wish to remain anonymous with your information, you are welcome to call Crime Stoppers on 1800 333 000, or submit your tip online at www.crimestoppers.com.au.
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