*UPDATE : Missing Ferntree Gully man, Timothy Keung has been found alive and well and is now back with his friends and family. The police thanks the community for their assistance.

Police have renewed a call to the community for any information — no matter how small — on missing gay man Timothy Wing Keung.
It’s now been over a month since Keung, 29, went missing from his Ferntree Gully address. He was last seen at 6.30am on Monday, October 5.

Keung left personal items behind and his destination and whereabouts are still unknown.

Keung is an IT Security student at Deakin University’s Burwood campus. He is usually in daily contact with his family and friends.
Police have described Keung as Asian, 176cm, 60kg with straight black, collar-length hair, black eyes, olive complexion and thin build. He speaks Cantonese and English and was believed to be wearing tracksuit pants and runners on the day of his disappearance.
Acting Sergeant Gabrielle Tyacke said the Knox police criminal investigation unit is still looking for leads.

“If anyone has any information, no mater how small, we’re urging them to get in contact,” she said.

Anyone who may know of Keung’s whereabouts or may have information can call Knox police on 9881 7000 or call Crime Stoppers on 1800 333 000.

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