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MISSING PERSON – Peter Johnson

Posted on 02/01/2021


This year we will also be profiling long-term missing persons in the hope that people in the community can share what they know to help to solve these many unexplained disappearances.

Our first missing person case profile for 2021 is on Peter Johnson, who was last seen at Davenport Aboriginal reserve in South Australia in late January 1996. He was supposed to return to Santa Teresa Community near Alice Springs in the Northern Territory.

He has not contacted family or friends since January 1996 and there have been no reported sightings of him in the many years that have followed.

Peter has a defective right eye and suffers post traumatic epilepsy due to a head injury.

  • Missing since: Monday, January 1, 1996
  • Last seen: Davenport, SA
  • Year of birth: 1952
  • Age now: 68 
  • Gender: Male 
  • Height: 170cm 
  • Build: Slim 
  • Hair: Black 
  • Eyes: Brown 
  • Complexion: Dark 
  • Distinguishing Features: Defective right eye

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


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