Borumba Dam.
Borumba Dam. Queensland Police

UPDATE: Divers search Borumba for camper missing for 10 days

UPDATE Friday 7am:

DIVERS are joining an extensive search operation today for a 49-year-old man last seen in the Boroumba Dam area at Imbil.

Bruce Skewes (pictured) was camping in the vicinity of the dam, near the scenic lookout on Yabba Creek Road but has not made contact with family or friends since February 5.

He is Caucasian, 180cm tall with brown hair and brown eyes.

Police have spent this week conducting an extensive air, land and water search in the area involving local police, SES personnel and Polair.

Officers from the Police Dive Unit will today focus their efforts on an area near the south of the dam wall.

Anyone with information regarding his whereabouts is urged to contact police.  

Bruce Skewes has not been seen or heard from since February 5.
Bruce Skewes has not been seen or heard from since February 5.

Wednesday February 13: 

POLICE are appealing for public assistance to help locate a 49-year-old man reported missing in the Borumba Dam area at Imbil.

Bruce Skewes was camping in the vicinity of the dam, near the scenic lookout on Yabba Creek Road but has not made contact with family or friends since February 5.

He is described as Caucasian, 180 centimetres tall with brown hair and brown eyes.

Anyone who may have seen Bruce or know his whereabouts is being asked to contact police.

If you have information for police, contact Policelink on 131 444 or provide information using the online form 24hrs per day.

 

Borumba Dam from the air (circa early 1970s).
Borumba Dam from the air (circa early 1970s). State Libraries Queensland

You can report information about crime anonymously to Crime Stoppers, a registered charity and community volunteer organisation, by calling 1800 333 000 or via crimestoppersqld.com.au 24hrs per day.

Quote this reference number: QP1900273183

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