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Police get new info on NSW disappearance

Police investigating the disappearance of Illawarra man Goran Nikolovski have received new information suggesting he was lured from his home.

The 35-year-old was reported missing by his family after leaving his Unanderra home on October 31, 2011 and his burnt-out Honda sedan was found the next day.

He hasnt been seen or used his bank accounts since and detectives believe he met with foul play.

Police say the new information, received almost six years after Mr Nikolovski's disappearance, has prompted their investigation to focus on his close associates or people he would have trusted.

They're again appealing for help from the public and would like to speak with anyone who was was near Mr Nikolovski's home the night he disappeared.

"Given he was last seen on Halloween 2011, we believe there may be people who saw something while out and about and don't realise they know something," Detective Chief Inspector David Laidlaw said in a media release.

Mr Nikolovski is described as being of Caucasian appearance and about 175 cm tall, with long brown hair he often tied in a pony tail.

He was last seen wearing a light blue T-shirt, black tracksuit pants and a black baseball cap.

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