ACT Policing has concerns for the welfare and safety of a 21-year-old Canberra man who was reported missing last night (Thursday, September 22).
Anthony Gard is believed to have left his home in Torrens around 2pm yesterday (Thursday, September 22). He has not made contact with his family or friends since.
He is described as 183cm (6 foot) tall, with a medium build, and black medium length hair. He was last seen wearing black-coloured pants and a white-coloured business shirt.
Anyone who has seen a man matching the above description, or has any information into his possible whereabouts, is urged to contact ACT Policing Operations immediately on 131-444.
UPDATE: Missing man has been located, safe and well.
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