Police are renewing their appeal for public assistance to help locate missing man, Russell.
The 69-year-old was last seen about 1pm near the intersection of Raglan Parade and Caramut Road, in west Warrnambool, on Friday, January 21.
Warrnambool police Detective Senior Constable Dave Hughson said the man's family and police were concerned for Russell's welfare due to the length of time he had been missing.
"An image of Russell has been released in the hope someone recognises him and provides information on his current whereabouts," he said.
"Russell is described as having a thin build, about 173cm tall with hazel eyes, scruffy grey hair and a beard. He was last seen wearing a yellow reflective tradie T-shirt and khaki-coloured pants."
Detective Senior Constable Hughson said police were repeating an appeal they issued in April.
"Russell was dropped off near that intersection. He was seeking assistance after his car broke down at Hawkesdale," he said.
"He was just passing through Warrnambool. He lives at Clifton Hill in Melbourne.
"We do have concerns about Russell's safety and welfare due to the amount of time he has been missing.
"We just want to know that he's all right."
Anyone with information about Russell's whereabouts is urged to call the Warrnambool police station on 5560 1333 or Crime Stoppers on 1800 333 000.
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