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Case File 1812DMVIC

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2 Left: Redman, circa 1991; Right: Age-Progressed image

Owen Redman
Missing since February 21, 1991 from Brunswick, Victoria, Australia
Classification: Missing

Vital Statistics

Circumstances of Disappearance
Redman, an employee of Green Peace at the time of his disappearance, left his house in a distressed state. He had split with his partner at the time. He did not take his belongings with him. He failed to turn up for work and did not collect his pay. Redman took no money, bank books or personal belongings.

Victoria Police investigators believe Owen Redman may have moved to an outlying Aboriginal settlement or cattle station in either Western Australia or the Northern Territory.
To date Mr. Redman has not contacted any family members or friends who remain concerned for his welfare. It is believed Mr. Redman may have changed his surname to Moore.

A letter to Redman's brother written in 1992, stating that Owen had died of a drug overdose, is believed by the brother to have been written by Redman himself. Ongoing investigations through the years have been fruitless.

If you have any information concerning this case, please contact:

National Missing Persons Unit
1 800 333 000

Source Information:
Australian Missing Persons

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