An Australian man who went missing in Thailand more than a
month ago has been found across the border, reportedly
suffering from memory loss.
Financial consultant Nathan Hansford had last been seen
leaving his home in the Bangkok suburb of Thungkru on January
31, prompting Thai police to launch an investigation last
Late yesterday, the Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade
(DFAT) confirmed Mr Hansford had been located in Cambodia.
"Consular officials in Cambodia are in contact with Mr
Hansford's family," a DFAT spokeswoman told AAP.
A family statement released to Fairfax Media said Mr Hansford
had been involved in a motor vehicle accident and was
suffering from amnesia.
"It is time for us to focus on helping Nathan in his
recovery," the statement said.