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CASE PROFILE – Alan Edmonds

Posted on 08/09/2022

Alan Ivor Edmonds, born December 1930, was an English journalist travelling through Australia in 1959.

He began his travels in London in early 1958 and had kept in regular contact with his family at home. He often hitch-hiked during his travels and was supporting himself with a variety of jobs.

His family last received a post card from him dated 7 September 1959 and sent from Alice Springs. It indicated that he was leaving Alice Springs for Adelaide that day.

He was reported missing by family after no contact could be made with him. It was believed that Alan was living in North Adelaide upon his arrival from Alice Springs.

Concerns are held for his safety and welfare as he has not been heard from since leaving Alice Springs. Police have conducted extensive enquires but no trace of Alan has been located.

At the time he went missing he was 170cm tall, slim build, brown hair and had a fair complexion.

If you have information that may assist police in the disappearance of Alan please call Crime Stoppers on 1800 333 000 or submit an online tip here.


Theft of defibrillator – Rundle Mall

21/11/23 | Article, Media Releases, Video

At 4.05am on Tuesday, 18th July 2023 a male was caught on CCTV approaching a community defibrillator box in Rundle…


Serious Criminal Trespass and Theft, Edinburgh

14/11/23 | Article, Media Releases

At 3.10am on Sunday, 24th September 2013 an unknown male gained access into a carpark of a Edinburgh business by…


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