Missing: Have you seen Preethi Reddy?


5 March 2019: Police in New South Wales hold “serious concerns” for a dentist from Western Sydney who has been missing for three days. A CCTV footage has shown Preethi Reddy “at a fast food restaurant on George Street near King Street about 2.15 am on Sunday”, NSW Police said in a statement today.

She is believed to have left the restaurant alone a short time later, walking south toward Market Street.

The disappearance of the 32-year-old has been described as “out of character”.

Preethi Reddy-southasia.com.au
Photo: NSW Police

It is believed Ms Reddy attended a dental convention at St Leonards, Sydney’s north shore, over the weekend.

She spoke with her family about 11 am on Sunday when the 32-year-old apparently mentioned about having “a late breakfast in Sydney”.

Ms Reddy, described as being of Indian Sub-Continental appearance, is of slim build with long black hair and brown eyes. CCTV camera shows her as wearing dark-green long-sleeved top, black pants, and black ballet flats and carrying a taupe-coloured handbag.

The missing woman is believed to have driven her grey 2016-model Volkswagen Golf (NSW registration DFP78P) to St Leonards on 1 March 2019. Authorities are yet to locate her vehicle.

A Facebook post by NSW Police about the missing Penrith woman has attracted huge public reaction with over 2000 people sharing the information in just two hours.

Photo: NSW Police
Photo: NSW Police
Photo: NSW Police

“Hope she’s found safe and well prayers for her 🙏🙏” wrote one Facebook user while another commented, “Hope she returns home safe. Prayers for preethi (sic)”. 

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