A LARGE scale land and air search is currently underway for a man who failed to return home after attending a music festival where two people died on Queensland’s Darling Downs.
Bradley Smith, 37, never returned home to Nanango after attending the Rabbits Eat Lettuce festival at Elbow Valley, south of Warwick, over the Easter long weekend.
Police are coordinating a large scale land and air search of the area today after the 37-year-old was reported missing last night, police said.
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Bradley is described as being about 175cm tall with a solid build, fair complexion, dark brown hair and blue eyes.
37 year old Bradley Smith never returned home to Nanango after a music festival south of #Warwick on the weekend, now police are appealing for help to find him – coordinating a land and air search of the area today @WINNews_TWBA 6pm pic.twitter.com/vYTmfsivtL
— Caitlin Crowley (@Cait_Crowley) April 24, 2019
— Letitia Wallace (@letitiawallace) April 24, 2019
Anyone with information regarding his whereabouts is urged to contact police immediately.
Mr Smith’s disappearance comes after a man and a woman died at the same festival.
Ebony Greening, 22, and Dassarn Tarbutt, 24, were found dead in a tent on Monday morning.
It has been revealed the pair had likely been dead more than 24 hours before their bodies were discovered.
Police are awaiting toxicology reports to determine how they died.
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