David Gannon was last seen around 3am on Friday morning near Prenzlau.
David Gannon was last seen around 3am on Friday morning near Prenzlau. Police Media

Missing man believed to be in possession of a gun

IPSWICH police are appealing for public assistance to help locate 46-year-old David Gannon who is missing in the Ipswich area. 

Mr Gannon was last seen this morning around 3am driving a 1998 Toyota Hilux in the Prenzlau area.

Police hold serious concerns for Mr Gannon's wellbeing as he suffers from a medical condition.

He is described as Caucasian, 168cms tall with a solid build and short brown hair and was last seen wearing a red shirt and blue denim knee length shorts.

Mr Gannon is also believed to be in possession of a rifle and has been known to travel to remote outback locations, such as Birdsville and the Northern Territory.

He is driving a 1998 white Toyota Hilux with Queensland registration 061-SPW. A large aluminum toolbox is attached to the rear tray and has a yellow number plate with DUF-69 attached to it. The first image is without the large toolbox and the second image (rear photo) includes the toolbox.

David Gannon was last seen driving a 1998 white Toyota Hilux with Queensland registration 061-SPW.
David Gannon was last seen driving a 1998 white Toyota Hilux with Queensland registration 061-SPW. Police Media

Anyone who may have any information in relation to the current whereabouts of Mr Gannon, or has seen his vehicle, is urged to contact Crime Stoppers on 1800 333 000.

The public are advised not to approach him or his vehicle but to immediately contact police.

David Gannon was last seen driving a 1998 white Toyota Hilux with Queensland registration 061-SPW.
David Gannon was last seen driving a 1998 white Toyota Hilux with Queensland registration 061-SPW. Police Media


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