Kyle Coleman is still missing and his family needs the public’s help to find him.
The last confirmed sighting of Kyle was when he was with his friend James in a silver-gold (misty onyx) dual-cab Holden Colorado at the Mount Isa Shell truck port service station.
He was spotted there about 11.45am on Friday, February 21.
Kyle’s family contacted police when he failed to return home or report for work.
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Public help sought as mystery deepens: More than 60 police officers, 26 SES volunteers, 60 members of the public and eight helicopters and fixedwing aircraft searched more than 11,000 square metres between Mount Isa and Camooweal.
Letters from Home: A mum's pride, a dad's sadness: From a very young age, Kyle (my Jacko) was always showing me how much he loved me and his dad and sisters.
Letters from Home: Dad HEY Jacko, I haven’t seen or heard from you in six weeks now and I’m missing you real bad mate, we all are.
Letters from Home: Sisters speak about Kyle It’s impossible to sum it all up in a couple of words but I will say Kyle was more like an older brother to me, always looking out for me, making me feel better when times were tough.
Letters from Home: A friend's view I HAVE seen these awful events change these wonderful people. As I drive past their place every day taking my children to school, I feel an awful sadness emitting from their home, a home that once radiated a wonderful inviting happiness.