Lancelin search for missing Ocean Reef man Jorn Jensen to end

Jorn Jensen.
Jorn Jensen.

UPDATE, Friday, 4.30pm: POLICE will call off the search for missing Ocean Reef man Jorn Jesper Jensen after three days in Lancelin.

Mr Jensen has been missing since Sunday when he was last seen at his home about 3.30pm.

A big search team has been in Lancelin since Wednesday after Mr Jensen’s car was discovered in the carpark of the beach hotel.

Earlier today, Northam police Senior Sergeant Geoff Dickson spoke with ABC radio, urging residents with empty rental properties in Lancelin to check them for signs of Mr Jensen.

He also asked motorists, who had driven in the coastal town this week, to review dash cam footage.

“We’re trying to work out how he got here, if he was with anybody and what’s happened to him since… we’re really stumped,” he said.

Police will call off the search at 5.30pm.

Wednesday: A SEARCH for missing Ocean Reef man Jorn Jesper Jensen (68) will begin about 9am in Lancelin today after his car was found in the coastal town north of Perth.

The search will spread out from the Lancelin Beach Hotel carpark with police officers, water police, volunteer marine rescue, Police Air Wing and State Emergency Services on hand.

Mr Jensen’s car, which was found in the carpark of a Lancelin hotel.

Mr Jensen was last seen at his home about 3.30pm on Sunday.

He has difficulty walking and there is serious concerns for his welfare.

He is described as fair skinned, about 185cm tall, of large build, with greying short hair and a moustache.

It is not known what clothes he was wearing.

Anyone who sees Mr Jensen, or who has any information about his whereabouts, can call police immediately on 131 444.

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