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Police suspect missing man was murdered
Bradley Hoddy's sister Megan Dunstan and ex-partner Victoria Medicott. Picture: Sharon Smith/The West Australian

Detectives from the major crime squad are seeking help with an investigation into the suspected homicide of a man missing for more than seven years.

Bradley Hugh Hoddy - also known as Bradley Hugh Schultz - has not made contact with either family or friends since mid 2006.

He has two sons, aged six and nine whom he has also made no contact with.

Mr Hoddy was known to frequent the Perth CBD and northern suburbs. At the time of his disappearance he had no fixed address and was staying with friends in the northern suburbs.

According to police the last positive sighting of Mr Hoddy was at the Warwick Grove Shopping Centre located at the corner of Beach Road and Erindale Road in Warwick on

August 4, 2006.

Anyone with information about Mr Hoddy or his disappearance can call Crime Stoppers on 1800 333 000.

The West Australian

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