The family of missing Tennant Creek man Andrick Ross have launched an emotional appeal for information to help locate him.
- Andrick Ross planned to get to Alpurrurulam via Urandangi station
- His car was found parked near Headingly station, 22 miles from the NT-Queensland border
- Sister says family is extremely worried and begs anyone with information to come forward
In a statement, the family said the 35-year-old left the town in the Northern Territory and traveled via Camooweal to Mount Isa, Queensland with four relatives on September 21.
The family said he was in Mount Isa until at least September 28.
His sister, Regina Elkedra, said the family were very worried about him.
“He’s been missing for three or four weeks now,” she said.
âWe really miss me and my sister and the whole family.
“Not a cheeky person”
The family said that after leaving Mount Isa, Mr Ross planned to travel to Alpurrurulam, also known as Lake Nash, via Urandangi station.
His vehicle was found parked near Headingly Station, about 35 kilometers outside the Northern Territory and Queensland border.
The family said he was a healthy and friendly person.
âHe’s not a cheeky person, he’s a caring young man,â Ms. Elkedra said.
Mr. Ross is also a well-known artist in the area and has worked with Barkly Arts for many years.
Ms Elkedra said she was very concerned that he would disappear in such a remote area.
Police search in progress
NT police have been investigating on the NT side of the border and urge anyone who may have information or who has seen Mr. Ross to contact them.
His family also pleaded for anyone with information to help find him.
âIf they can find him anywhere, see him anywhere, I would like them to call the police immediately,â Ms. Elkedra said.
She also asked Mr. Ross to come back to his family.