Update 12.30pm Wednesday, 17 April 2024:

NSW Police have confirmed that a man reported missing and last seen at Newport has been located safe and well.

Harrison Davies (image right/below), aged 32, was last seen at Walworth Court, Newport, off Walworth Avenue, around 2.00pm Monday, 26 February.

He was reported missing to officers attached to the Brisbane Water Police District last week on Wednesday, 10 April. Officers attached to Northern Beaches Police Area Command were notified this week on Monday, 15 April, to commence inquiries into his whereabouts.

Police and family held concerns for his welfare.

Following extensive inquiries, NSW Police have confirmed that Harrison Davies was located safe in Sydney’s CBD around 10.15am this morning (Wednesday, 17 April).

NSW Police thanked the public for their assistance.

Original article Monday, 15 April 2024:

NSW Police are appealing for public assistance to locate a man last seen at Newport on the Northern Beaches.

Harrison Davies (image right/below), aged 32, was last seen at Walworth Court, Newport, off Walworth Avenue, around 2.00pm Monday, 26 February.

He was reported missing to officers attached to the Brisbane Water Police District last week on Wednesday, 10 April, and officers attached to Northern Beaches Police Area Command were notified today (Monday, 15 April) to commence inquiries into his whereabouts.

Police and family hold concerns for Harrison Davies’ welfare.

He is described as being of Caucasian appearance, approximately 175cm tall, of medium build, with dark-brown hair and blue eyes.

It is believed that he has scars on his forehead and left leg.

There is no description provided as to what he was last seen wearing.

He may be travelling in a black Jeep SUV with Victorian number plates.

He is known to frequent the Sydney CBD area.

Anyone who may have seen Harrison Davies, or may know of his whereabouts, is urged to contact Dee Why Police Station on 02 9971 3399 or Crime Stoppers on 1800 333 000.

Images: NSW Police

Harrison Davies
Crime Stoppers 1800 333 000

NSW Police are seeking public assistance in relation to this matter. If you have any information that may assist them with their inquiries, please contact Crime Stoppers on 1800 333 000.

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