SUPERNATURAL leads don’t often feature in Australian police investigations.
But the family of missing Diamond Creek man Dane Kowalski is urging Sunraysia residents to keep their eyes peeled after a Melbourne medium suggested he may be in the region.
Mr Kowalski, 27, was last seen leaving his home in Melbourne’s outer north about 5pm on December 12.
Police last week released a statement saying they believed he may have been travelling to the Northern Territory via South Australia – not Leongatha and Wilsons Promontory, as originally thought.
A psychic medium, who wished to remain anonymous, told the missing man’s friend Brittany Taylor she believed he ran into trouble in Mildura or Swan Hill.
“She got quite into detail and said that she believed that there was two men with an older white car, which she believed to be a 1998 make, possibly a Mazda and the front was dented; it looked like they’d hit a kangaroo,” Ms Taylor said.
The medium describes the first man as Caucasian, about 185cm tall, slim to athletic build, dressed “casually” in black shorts and a “reddish” tank top.
The second man was about the same height, slimmer than the first man, with “light or reddish” hair, and had a “negative energy”.
Mr Kowalski is of Caucasian appearance, about 185cm tall, of athletic build with blue eyes and brown hair.
He was last seen wearing black shorts and a grey T-shirt.
“(The medium) said it looks like he stopped to help them and a scuffle between Dane and the other two broke out,” Ms Taylor said.
“She said it looks like they took his car and dumped the other one.”
Ms Taylor’s partner is a lifelong friend of Mr Kowalski’s, and is driving to Darwin to search for him and talk to potential witnesses.
The couple is offering $25,000 to anyone who can give them information on the location of Mr Kowalski.
Mildura residents are urged to report any sightings of the missing man or his white Holden Rodeo ute to police.
The vehicle has a black personalised number plate with the registration number WN 114 and is believed to have a dent near the back right wheel on the driver’s side.
“We want people to please keep an eye out for his car, because we believe that’s the best lead,” Ms Taylor said.
Christian Buhagiar, a friend of Mr Kowalski, said it was out of character for him not to have contacted family or friends.
“He’s been gone for 16 days; he didn’t contact his family on Christmas, his God-daughter’s first birthday was earlier this week and he didn’t contact her,” he said.
“Nobody would have picked this with him.”
Victoria Police said the investigation was ongoing and officers were “making inquiries” about the medium’s information.
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