Interpol have been asked to help track down Clive Palmer’s nephew as Australian Federal Police struggle to find and question him about the collapse of Queensland Nickel.
A former director of Queensland Nickel, Clive Mensick is wanted to give evidence about the breakdown of the company, resulting in the loss of hundreds of jobs.
News Corp reports the AFP contacted Interpol to assist with the search for the former director, last known to be Hong Kong.
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During court last week, Mr Palmer believed he wouldn’t return home.
“His (Mensick) attitude seems to be that he’s left Australia for good,” Mr Palmer said.
There are currently two warrants out for his arrest, as he also failed to appear at a hearing into the collapse of Queensland Nickel.
He’s not accused of any criminal offences.