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NT Police say they hold serious concerns over the welfare of missing man David Mundy, who has not been seen for nearly a week since leaving Darwin and heading south.

Mr Mundy, 43, was last sighted in Katherine on June 11, 2021. 

Acting Senior Sergeant Wayne Newell said Mr Mundy’s family also held fears for his safety.

“It’s unusual for him not to contact his family for this period of time,” he said.

Sergeant Newell said they understood Mr Mundy had packed his car with camping gear and supplies before departing, but they were still unsure why he left.

“He was last seen in Darwin on the 11th and then in Katherine later in the afternoon at the Woolworths shopping centre,” he said.

“He is believed to be travelling south.”

Sergeant Newell said police were focusing their search on the areas around Elliot, Ti Tree and Katherine.

He said they had been working to trace Mr Mundy’s phone.

Acting Senior Sergent Wayne Newell at an NT Police press conference.
Sergeant Newell urged members of the public to keep an eye out for Mr Mundy.(

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“We’ve narrowed down to a rough area, but there is nothing confirming that he is in that area, but we are checking and working our way methodically through,” he said.

Sergeant Newell said the vehicle Mr Mundy was travelling in was a grey KIA Sorento with the registration CD93TF.

“He was last seen wearing a yellow or gold shirt — possibly a fishing shirt — khaki shorts and a cap,” he said.

Anyone with information can contact police on 131 444 or Crime Stoppers on 1800 333 000 and quote reference number 9708406.



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