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MISSING PERSON – Maxwell Bryant

Posted on 01/03/2021

Maxwell Bryant, born 1961, was last sighted on 1 March 2013 at the aboriginal community, Yalata via Ceduna in South Australia.

He was often transient between Ceduna and Port Augusta and it was on this date that it is believed that he left Yalata intending to travel to Port Augusta.

At this time he was of poor health and had recently been released from hospital.

Family and community have concerns for his safety and welfare as they have not heard from him since.

Extensive enquiries have been conducted with transport services, interstate police and the aboriginal community to no avail.

If you have information that may assist police to locate Maxwell please call Crime Stoppers on 1800 333 000 or go to

There are more than 2,600 long-term missing persons in Australia who have been missing for more than three months.

Missing since: Friday, March 1, 2013
Last seen: Yalata SA
Year of birth: 1961
Age now: 60
Gender: Male
Height: 156cm
Build: Slim
Hair: Grey
Eyes: Brown
Ethnicity: Indigenous


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