Family pleads for info one year on

Tari JeffersManjimup-Bridgetown Times
Missing man Dragan "Dougie" Jankovic.
Camera IconMissing man Dragan "Dougie" Jankovic. Credit: Supplied

WA Police and the concerned family of a missing man are calling for information about his disappearance one year on.

Dragan “Dougie” Jankovic, 41, was last seen at 7.45am on March 10, 2019, at Parker Farm on Seven Day Road.

The Missing Persons Unit detectives were in Manjimup yesterday with a mobile policing facility, calling on the community for additional information about Mr Jankovic’s disappearance.

His family also released a statement to tie in with the one year anniversary of his disappearance.

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“It has been almost 12 months since we have seen or spoken to Dragan,” the statement said.

“We are very concerned as we have no idea where he is or if he is safe.

“If anyone has any information as to Dragan’s whereabouts, or if you have seen him since March 2019, we plead with you to come forward and contact the police to provide any information, no matter how small or insignificant.

Mr Jankovic, pictured, is described as being about 177cm tall, with a slim-medium build, tanned complexion, light brown hair, brown eyes, a moustache and a beard.

He was last seen wearing a grey Lonsdale hoodie, maroon track pants, a red Holden cap and black joggers.

“Please come forward, as it can make all the difference and get our family some answers,” the statement said.

“Dougie, we miss you, love you and just want you to come home.”

Mr Jankovic’s disappearance and failure to make contact with family and friends was completely out of character.

Make a report at crimestopperswa.com.au or call Crime Stoppers on 1800 333 000 with any information about Mr Jankovic’s whereabouts.

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