Name release, missing fisherman

Published: Tue 11 Sep 2018 08:57 PM
"Name release, missing fisherman"
Attribute to Detective Dougall Henderson
Police can now release the name of the fisherman who has been missing since the dingy he was in overturned in the Riverton Estuary on Sunday afternoon.
He is 28-year-old local man Jamie Stephen Boniface.
The Police National Dive Squad carried out an extensive search of the estuary and other areas today.
After three days of searching Police are now entering a limited continuous search phase.
Anyone who finds any personal items washed up in the Riverton coastal area is asked to please contact Riverton Police on (03) 234 7070.

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