Police are renewing their appeal to find a man who was last seen during a pursuit in Penrith in April this year.
On Friday, April 24, police directed a vehicle to stop on Castlereagh Road, Penrith, however it allegedly failed to stop and a police pursuit began.
At the intersection of Coreen Avenue, the vehicle came to a stop, and two men and a woman were arrested.
Further inquiries have led police to believe a fourth person may have been in the vehicle at the time of the incident, who has not been seen since.
Police believe this person was Jordan Morris, 22, who was reported missing to police on Tuesday, May 26.
A critical incident was declared, following reports that the man had been seen allegedly being involved in the police pursuit.
Following investigations, the incident is no longer deemed a critical incident; however, investigations are continuing to locate Mr Morris.
Police from Parramatta Local Area Command and the Morris family are concerned for the welfare of Jordan as he has not been seen since April.
Mr Morris’ uncle, Garry McDonigal, who is close to Jordan, has flown in from England to support the family and hopes to hear from Jordan or someone that knows his whereabouts.
Jordan Morris is described as being of Caucasian appearance, 165 – 170cm tall, of slim build, with brown hair and blue eyes. Jordan has two tattoos – one on his left wrist and left lower arm.
Police are urging anyone with information in relation to this incident to call Crime Stoppers on 1800 333 000