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By Kyra Gillespie

Police are appealing for public assistance to help locate missing Drouin man Brian McGee.

The 76-year-old was last seen leaving his home on Hearn Street about 1.30pm.

Police and Brian’s family have concerns for his welfare as he has dementia.

Investigators have released an image of Brian in the hope someone knows his current whereabouts.

Brian is described as of Aboriginal appearance and about 185cm tall with a medium-to-solid build and white hair.

He was last seen wearing a blue jacket, grey shorts, black shoes and white socks.

He has a tattoo reading ‘The Saint’ on his left hand, a scroll on his left wrist and the name Sandra on his left forearm.

Brian is known to frequent the Shepparton area.

Anyone who sees Brian is urged to call Warragul Police Station on 5622 7111.

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