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Dangerous sexual offender missing from Wacol arrested in NSW

Christopher Charles Gardner
Christopher Charles Gardner

UPDATE: A 29-year-old male offender being supervised under the Dangerous Prisoners Sexual Offenders Act 2003 who was reported missing this morning has been located.

He was arrested in New South Wales and remains in custody.

 

7AM: Police and Corrective Service Officers are looking for Christopher Charles Gardner, an offender supervised under the Dangerous Prisoners Sexual Offenders Act 2003.

He was last seen in the Wacol area.

Anyone who observes Gardner is urged not to approach.

He is described as:

  • Height 180cm
  • Weight 88 kg
  • Complexion Fair
  • Eyes Blue
  • Facial Hair Clean shaven
  • Hair Blonde with a purple streak

He has a scar below his left knee. He has tattoos on his face (dot under right eye), left arm ("CP") ("Marlina", right arm ("Cherise"), left hand (knuckle), left leg ("Jamal", and a heart), and right leg (cross and ying yang symbol).

Anyone with information should contact Crime Stoppers on phone 1800 333 000 (Toll Free) or www.crimestoppers.com.au.

Topics:  corrective services




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