Brett Ingram disappears from Nimmitabel during icy temperatures

Brett Ingram. Picture: Monaro Police District Facebook page

Brett Ingram. Picture: Monaro Police District Facebook page

A young man has gone missing from around Nimmitabel at a time when the weather has been dropping to almost -10 degrees Celsius.

Brett Ingram has been living in the area and was last seen at his accommodation on Monday, July 15, then was reported missing three days later.

The Monaro Police District said they have concerns for his welfare so are appealing to the public for information on his whereabouts as he needs medical attention.

Police have received a report the 28-year-old was spotted in Goulburn on Tuesday, July 16.

Mr Ingram is about 175cms tall, weighs 85kg, has a medium build, fair complexion, brown hair, a Caucasian appearance, blue eyes and is unshaven.

He is believed to be wearing cream cargo shorts and a grey hoodie that has a maroon hood.

If you have information about his whereabouts you can contact Crime Stoppers on 1800 333 000.

According to Weatherzone since Mr Ingram was last seen the lowest the temperature has dropped to in Cooma - which is the closest place to Nimmitabel it records data - was -7.3 degrees Celsius before 9am on Saturday, July 20.

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