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Vietnam Vet missing

By Thumper - 26 September 2007 9

The ABC and the ACT Vietnam Veterans are both reporting that 62 year old Kambah man Chas Marshall has gone missing.

Mr Marshall was reported missing by a relative after he failed to return from a shopping trip and police have said there were serious concerns for his wellbeing as it was unclear if he had essential medication with him.

The president of the Vietnam Veteran’s Association in Canberra, Pete Ryan, appealed for help from the veterans community.

(I’ll follow up with a description at a later date, unless someone else beats me to it. Let’s hope the guy is okay and that he is found soon.)

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9 Responses to
Vietnam Vet missing
Thumper 9:39 am 28 Sep 07

No details as yet but tragic.

RIP Digger.

philbert83au 9:27 am 28 Sep 07

Tuggeranong’s Bermuda triangle: Last week, someone lost in the Nemadgi. This week, Bunnings. Next week?

Ari 10:42 pm 27 Sep 07

Chas Marshall’s body has been found out near Uriarra.

el ......VNBerlinaV8 9:21 pm 27 Sep 07

Do you sell hubcaps for a ’72 Pinto hatchback?

cranky 6:45 pm 27 Sep 07

Is there an aisle 9 and 3/4 at Bunnings?

Queenie 9:23 pm 26 Sep 07

Strange also how there were a lot of recent model cars driving around in the past!

asp 9:13 pm 26 Sep 07

Scary stuff. At least he’s locked up in Goulburn for the rest of his life.
CIAs normally a well made show, strange how the German backpacker had such a strong Aussie accent though?

Queenie 8:06 pm 26 Sep 07

Did anyone watch the show on last night about the backpacker murders and Ivan Milat…? Makes me shudder.

hingo_VRCalaisV6 4:46 pm 26 Sep 07

Poor bloke. I hope he is ok and they find him soon.

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