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Bannaby district search finds missing man, Martin Nespor

Martin Nespor was last seen near a Bannaby property on Friday morning. He was located on Sunday evening. Photo supplied.

Martin Nespor was last seen near a Bannaby property on Friday morning. He was located on Sunday evening. Photo supplied.

Update Sunday 7.45pm

A man missing from the Bannaby area has been found safe and well.

Police said they found Martin Nespor at 6.30pm today.

The 39-year-old was last seen leaving a property on Long Gully Road, Bannaby, near Taralga, about 11am on Friday, November 6.

Mr Nespor was found in bushland near Bannaby following an extensive search involving officers from the Hume Police District, PolAir, the Dog Unit and the SES,

Police thanked the media and the community for their assistance.

Sunday 1.30pm

Police are appealing for public information to find a man missing from the Taralga region.

Martin Nespor, aged 39, was last seen leaving a property on Long Gully Road, Bannaby, near Taralga, about 11am on Friday, November 6.

Officers from the Hume Police District were notified and commenced a search with assistance from PolAir, the Dog Unit and the SES.

Police said he hadn't been located and police and his family were concerned for his welfare.

Mr Nespor is described as being of Caucasian appearance, about 190cm tall, of slim build, with a fair complexion, blue eyes and blond hair.

Police are appealing for information regarding Martin Nespor's whereabouts.

Police are appealing for information regarding Martin Nespor's whereabouts.

He was last wearing grey tracksuit pants, a black zip-up jacket with a hood, a light-coloured long-sleeved shirt and work boots.

Anyone who may have seen the man or has information on his whereabouts is urged to contact Triple Zero.

This story Police locate missing man in bushland near Bannaby first appeared on Goulburn Post.

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