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Volunteers out in force to find James Dang

A huge volunteer turn out has met North Head, Manly, at 8am this morning 29 January, as the search begins for missing man James Dang.

NSW Police, Local State Emergency Service crews, Rural Fire Service volunteers and remote area operation specialists are among the teams to scour the headland after Mr Dang’s car was found in the area.

Volunteers ready to find James Dang. Photo: Supplied
Search crews at North Head. Photo: Manly SES

Police issued geotarget alerts yesterday asking locals if they had seen the 36 year old.

He was last seen on Salerwong Place, Ryde about 2pm last Wednesday 25 January but his silver Hyundai Tuscon was located in North Head.

Missing man James Dang

James Dang is Asian appearance, medium build, short black hair, brown eyes. Last seen wearing white, red and green chequered long sleeve polo shirt, long black pants and black shoes. Police say he may be in the Manly area.

Anyone with information about his whereabouts is asked to call Triple Zero (000).

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