Police bring sniffer dogs in for search for Terry Lloyd

Goondiwindi man Terry Lloyd has been missing for more than a week.
Goondiwindi man Terry Lloyd has been missing for more than a week. Contributed

POLICE sniffer dogs from Sydney's central command have been brought in to help find any trace of missing Goondiwindi man Terry Lloyd.

The search will centre on the rough Pilliga forest area south of Narrabri after police located Mr Lloyd's vehicle in the area last week.

It had crashed into a tree and police said it was slightly damaged but not enough to cause critical injuries.

Mr Lloyd's glasses were found inside the vehicle but it is believed his wallet, overnight bag or luggage were not found in the car.

Mr Lloyd, 51, was reported missing from Goondiwindi more than two weeks ago and CCTV footage from an ATM confirmed he had travelled to Narrabri by November 25.

His family has refused to give up hope the father and grandfather would return, with missing person posters being put up around the region.

The extensive search has involved regional police, trail bike officers, NSW PolAir, SES and NSW National Parks and Wildlife Service rangers.

Anyone with information, or who may have seen Mr Lloyd, is urged to contact Crime Stoppers on 1800 333 000.

Topics:  missing person police toowoomba

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