Jordan Marshall missing – Police issue “urgent welfare concern” alert for Jordan Marshall
Since the abrupt disappearance of Jordan Marshall, from West Australia, concern keeps rising. Police were brought into the case, and they have been leaving no stone unturn as they have the aim of recovering the 40-year-old Real Estate agent, and father.
Police say he was last seen at about 5.47pm on Wednesday, December 8, 2021, in the Margaret River area. Though police are really worried about the missing man, they have still issued a warning to the public that no one should approach him if sighted rather they should call the police. Officers are also appealing to Marshall to call in if he gets the appeal, as they want to know if he is safe.
What happened to Jordan Marshall?
The family of the missing father of three never expected him to stay this long, as he was reportedly “spiralling down”, according to his friend. Perthnow.com says “The plea from the friend comes as fires in the Margaret River region continue to cause havoc for fire crews. “A bushfire emergency warning is currently in place for people along the ocean side of Tilly Road and Quininup Road in Yallingup.
“A second emergency warning is also in place for people in the Leeuwin-Naturaliste National Park and bounded by Redgate Road, Bussell Highway, Chapman Road, Hamelin Bay Road West and and the coastline in Margaret River.”
Margaret River fire: Real estate agent Jordan Marshall missing amid fears for his welfare
— EIN Presswire: Real Estate Newswire (@EINRealEstate) December 9, 2021
Jordan Marshall’s description
He is described as a white male, of medium build, with short brown hair, and brown eyes.
The case is being treated as an emergency, as we are not sure about Marshall’s safety, up till now, which is scary.
Anyone with information of his whereabouts is asked to contact Crime Stoppers on 1800 333 000 or report online at crimestopperswa.com.au.
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