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Have you seen Matthew Curry?

By 8 December 2012 3

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ACT Policing is seeking assistance in locating a missing man, Mr Matthew Curry, aged 23.

Matthew was last seen around the area of Quick Street, Ainslie at 5.00am yesterday morning (Friday, December 7).

Matthew is described as 165cm (5’5”) tall, of slim build with blonde shaved hair, fair complexion and blue coloured eyes.

He was last seen wearing a black and yellow high visibility work shirt, blue Billabong board shorts and black thongs.

Police would urge anyone who may have seen Matthew, or a man matching this description to contact ACT Policing Operations on 131-444.

[Courtesy ACT Policing]

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3 Responses to Have you seen Matthew Curry?
#1
scorpio635:50 pm, 09 Dec 12

I pray Matthew Curry is found safe healthy and well particularly after having one of my first cousins disappear for a week when I was around 15 years old in a country city.To this day, I clearly recall the horror our families endured.

Had the land been combed instead of a check during the first few days, my Aunty and Uncle would have been spared 7 days of the torture as his shoe was the vital clue found 10 days later. I am posting to please encourage the AFP to thoroughly comb the suburb(s) that this young fellow was last seen and go over all footage of the nightclub(s) that Matthew was last seen (sometimes the nightclubs do have the footage and are reluctant to be forthcoming) in addition to publishing Matthew’s photo in the Chronicle (for any elderly Ainslie folk) who may have heard or seen anything during early morning walks (not everyone listens to the news on the tv, radio or reads the internet news) however many elderly people read the Chronicle on Tuesdays.

To Matthew’s loving family, my heart aches for you (I have an 18 year old son), and urge you to do up a flyer and ask some of Matthew’s friends to distribute in the suburb(s) Matthew was last seen with of course his full clothing description.

Mailbox flyers in all probability will jog people’s memory if anyone has seen Matthew over the past week along with Posters put up around Civic and nearby coffee shops in suburbs particularly the Ainslie shops, Dickson, Lyneham, O’Connor

The Ainslie Traffic Lights camera footage during the early hours of Friday morning may come up with something if Matthew had gotten into a vehicle with anyone and been sick or tired. One of the reasons I am not against camera footage at all Traffic light intersections.

I will pray for Matthew’s family’s strength and hope for Matthew’s safe and healthy return to his family.

#2
johnboy9:10 am, 10 Dec 12

We hear Matthew has been found safe.

#3
Girt_Hindrance10:16 am, 10 Dec 12

That’s fantastic news. Hope he and especially his family can now relax.

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