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Wednesday, 16 June 2010

Gangs Squad detectives are appealing for public assistance into the circumstances surrounding the disappearance of a high-ranking Outlaw Gangster


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Gangs Squad detectives are appealing for public assistance into the circumstances surrounding the disappearance of a high-ranking Outlaw Motorcycle Gang member.

Police are seeking assistance from anyone who may have information about the disappearance of 36-year-old Neil Green on Friday 16 April this year.

The Northmead man is the Sergeant at Arms of the Riverstone Chapter of the Nomads Outlaw Motorcycle Gang.

Gangs Squad detectives became aware of his disappearance by virtue of information received and subsequent investigations conducted.

Strike Force Devine comprises detectives from the State Crime Command’s Gangs Squad and was launched on 3 May this year to investigate the disappearance.

Police are continuing to conduct extensive investigations in an effort to determine the circumstances of the incident.

From the information to date, detectives believe Neil Green was last seen on Friday 16 April 2010 when he and another man drove to a premises on Wiltona Place at Girraween.

Neil Green has not been seen since 16 April, nor made any contact with his family, friends or associates. Police are currently following a number of lines of inquiry including the possibility he may have met with foul play.

A canvass of the surrounding area identified witnesses who heard a verbal argument on the 16th April 2010, as well as a number of gunshots.

Police are seeking assistance from anyone who may have seen two men driving a blue 2002 Ford laser sedan in the Girraween and surrounding areas, around 1.30pm on Friday 16 April.

An image of a car similar to that driven by the men has today been issued by police. The NSW registration of the vehicle police are seeking is YRW-378.

Police wish to speak with anyone who may have seen the vehicle in and around Girraween at the time, or who has information about its current whereabouts.

A crime scene warrant was executed by police at the Girraween address on Thursday 6 May this year, where police located and seized a large amount of forensic material and five firearms, which are undergoing forensic analysis.


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