Police will deploy all terrain vehicles and trail bikes to the Royal National Park today as part of their investigation into a missing man.
Sutherland Shire Police Area Command has been handling the investigation into the disappearance of Christopher Deep, 36, of Camperdown, who was reported missing to Inner West Police Local Area Command on Friday, February 26.
Police have determined the last known sighting of Mr Deep was CCTV footage which showed him with his bike at about 12.25pm on Tuesday, February 23, at Loftus railway station.
Police believe he drove to the station and was planning to ride his bike in nearby bushland.
A search of the park commenced on February 27.
Sutherland Shire Police Detective Inspector Andrea Panozzo said the initial search continued for five days and included NSW Police Force officers from the local police area command, the NSW Police Rescue & Bomb Disposal Unit, PolAir, Marina Area Command, the Dog Unit, National Parks and Wildlife Service officers and State Emergency Service volunteers.
Detective Inspector Andrea Panozzo said a planned deployment of all terrain vehicles and trail bikes would take place today, March 17.
"The purpose is to canvass the homeless population in the Royal National Park and follow up reports received by Crime Stoppers," he said.
Detective Inspector Panozzo said police had no information to suggest Mr Deep was not alive or was anywhere other than in the park.
"But we hold concerns for his welfare," he said.
He confirmed police had been receiving information and leads via Crime Stoppers.
"Anyone with information is encouraged to contact Crime Stoppers or Sutherland Police," he said.
Mr Deep is described as of Caucasian appearance, 180-185 centimetres tall, 70-75 kilograms, slim build, fair complexion, with short brown hair and brown eyes.
He was last seen wearing a grey shirt, dark shorts, grey sneakers and a blue bike helmet. He was also carrying a backpack.
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