A homeless man known to frequent the eastern suburbs of Sydney has been missing since last year, with concerns being held for his welfare.
Raymond John Gourley regularly attended a friend’s home in Bellevue Hill for meals and last visited the house on 11 October 2017.
The friend became concerned about Mr Gourley, after he failed to visit the house on a number of occasions and was unable to be found at his usual locations.
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It is believed his bank account has also not been accessed since late October 2017.
The 63-year-old is described as 175-180cm tall, Caucasian appearance with a medium build. He has grey hair, blue eyes and is usually unshaven.
Police say Mr Gourley is formerly from Victoria and may be travelling interstate.
Anyone with information is urged to contact police.
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