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NSW Police appeal for assistance in locating two missing Indigenous men

Joseph Guenzler -

Two indigenous men are currently missing in New South Wales, prompting New South Wales Police to appeal for public assistance.

Jason Dungay, 31, was last observed walking along Princes Highway, Kembla Grange, at approximately 1.30 pm on Saturday, January 6, 2023.

Despite extensive efforts by Lake Illawarra Police District, Mr Dungay remains untraceable.

Described as of Aboriginal/Torres Strait Islander appearance, standing at 185cm with a large build, dark hair tied in a bun and clean-shaven, Mr Dungay wore a white collared shirt and black shorts when last seen, opting to go without shoes.

Authorities express heightened concern for Jason's wellbeing.

Similarly, Nathan Dargin, 25, is reported missing from the state's north coast.

Last seen in Raymond Terrace around 2.30 pm on Saturday, January 6, 2024, the disappearance of Mr Dargin, who has a disability and speech impairment, has raised serious concerns among family and the authorities.

Standing at 175cm with a medium build, olive skin, goatee beard and brown hair, Mr Dargin was attired in a black and white striped shirt and black shorts.

Known to frequent Raymond Terrace, Newcastle, and Hamilton, he is also familiar with public transport.

Those with information about Mr Dungay or Mr Dargin's whereabouts are urged to contact Raymond Terrace Police Station (02 4983 7599) Lake Illawarra Police Station (02 4232 5599) or Crime Stoppers (1800 333 000).

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