Manhunt is launched for driver, 33, who walked in the opposite direction of his friend after their car got stuck in mud in the Outback
- Search underway to find man whose car was found bogged in remote outback
- Matthew Boyd, 33, last seen on Wednesday near Western Australia’s Lake Moore
- He and friend he was with walked in different directions after car was stranded
- 33-year-old has not been found despite police using a spotter plane in search
A desperate search is underway to find a man whose car was discovered bogged down in a remote stretch of outback.
Matthew Boyd, 33, was last seen around midday on Wednesday near Lake Moore in Western Australia’s Wheatbelt region.
Police said he and a friend walked off in separate directions after their car became stranded near the tiny town of Koorda.
A desperate search is underway to find Matthew Boyd, 33, (pictured) whose car was discovered bogged down in a remote stretch of outback
But while the friend was found on a farm in the town of Dalwallinu, the 33-year-old is yet to be located despite police using a spotter plane to attempt to find him.
Police believe the man may be without food and water, 9 News reported.
Mr Boyd is described by police as being fair-skinned and of a slim build, approximately 183cm tall and with brown hair and brown eyes.
He was last seen wearing black motor-cross shorts and black shoes.
Matthew Boyd, 33, was last seen around midday on Wednesday near Lake Moore in Western Australia’s Wheatbelt region (dirt track leading to lake pictured)