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Fresh search for young man, 23, begins after he disappeared while camping with friends two days ago

  • Fears are growing for missing man Sebastian Orefors, 23 from Melbourne 
  • The man has been lost since Friday night when he was camping with friends 
  • Sebastian is 178cm tall with fair complexion, a nose ring and medium build 

Fears are growing for missing camper Sebastian Orefors, as police continue to search for him in Victoria.

The 23-year-old was last seen camping with friends on Friday night in Wonyip, near Gippsland.

Police have grave concerns for the Melbourne man, given the time he has been missing.  

Fears are growing for missing camper Sebastian Orefors (pictured) last seen camping with friends on Friday night in Wonyip, near Gippsland in Victoria

Police have grave concerns for the Melbourne man (pictured), given the time he has been missing 

Police have grave concerns for the Melbourne man (pictured), given the time he has been missing 

Local police, Search and Rescue and the State Emergency Services searched the Wonyip area on Saturday with no luck finding him.

He was last seen walking south near Randalls Track, and police were continuing to search for him on Sunday.

Sebastian is 178cm tall with medium build, fair complexion and nose ring.

Local police, Search and Rescue and the State Emergency Services searched the Wonyip area yesterday with no luck finding him

Local police, Search and Rescue and the State Emergency Services searched the Wonyip area yesterday with no luck finding him

When last seen, he was wearing black boots, black jeans, a black t-shirt and black hoodie.

Sebastian is known to frequent the Rye and Sorrento areas on the Mornington Peninsula in Victoria. 

Anyone with information about Sebastian is asked to contact the Sale Police Station on 5142 2200.

Sebastian is from the Melbourne seaside town of Mt Martha, in Melbourne, Victoria 

Sebastian is from the Melbourne seaside town of Mt Martha, in Melbourne, Victoria 

 

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