Update: Alex left for a ride and never returned

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UPDATE: ALEX Coppinger, who was reported missing this morning (January 18), has been found dead at Paddys River. 

ALEX Coppinger left for a ride on a black Yamaha motorbike early yesterday (January 17) and never returned.

Alex Coppinger was last heard from when he left to ride a black Yamaha motorbike on Sunday (January 17)…

The 21-year-old left for a ride to the west of Canberra on a motorbike with a brown leather seat, wearing a white full-face helmet with black leather motorbike clothing, say police.

They expect him to have taken either Cotter Road from the intersection with Eucumbene Drive, Duffy to Cotter Reserve; Brindabella Road from Cotter Reserve to Uriarra Village: Paddy’s River Road from the intersection with Cotter Road until Point Hut Road; or Point Hut Road to Jim Pike Avenue.

Anyone who may have seen Alex or has any information that could assist in locating Alex is urged to contact police on 131 444 quoting the reference number P1895979.

Missing man found dead at Paddys River

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