Leo John Williams was last seen at Capella on Monday morning.
Leo John Williams was last seen at Capella on Monday morning.

CQ man who was missing for five days has been found

TUESDAY 11.15AM: A MAN who was last seen at Capella on April 18 and had not been seen for five days has been found.

Leo John Williams was meant to meet his boss at Duaringa but failed to show.

His daughter put up an appeal on Facebook late on April 21 which The Bulletin put online early the next morning.

She commented on The Bulletin's Facebook post the next day that her dad had been found. 

No further details are available.

FRIDAY 10.45am: THE family of a missing Gracemere man have appealed to the public for information to help locate the 50-year-old who has been missing since Monday.

Leo John Williams was last seen at Capella on Monday morning.

His daughter, Jessica, has put up a Facebook post with information about her dad's disappearance in the hopes someone has seen  him.

She forwarded the message to The Bulletin asking for it to be shared.

Leo was suppose to meet up with his boss at a Duaringa roadhouse. His boss had been travelling ahead of him.

"(He) has not been seen since, or contacted anyone," Jessica wrote.

"This is urgent. Please help us locate him ASAP as he needs medication."

Jessica said he was driving a old model white Mazda, two-door ute, steel tray, bull bar with Queensland registration 250 MFJ.

He is described a s 50-years-old, 168cm, Caucasian, blue eyes, most likely to have a short beard and short hair.

If you have seen Leo or his vehicle, please contact Crime Stoppers on 1800 333 000 24hrs a day, or visit www.crimestoppersqld.com.au

 



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