The household of a Perth man final seen Monday afternoon has pleaded for him to come back residence, after the 29-year-old fly-in, fly-out driller missed his flight again to work on Thursday morning.
Police are calling on the general public for any info on the whereabouts of Brock Hewitt, final seen Monday night.
He had left his Butler residence telling his dad and mom he was going fishing at South Mole in Fremantle.
He was seen at Boating Tenting Fishing Butler on Monday afternoon shopping for an esky and stubby holder.
Police have now found that he went to a ironmongery shop in Yanchep round 4.45pm, then round 5 minutes later to a service station on Yanchep Seaside Highway, Yanchep. Then he left the station, heading east in the direction of the intersection of Indian Ocean Drive and Wanneroo Highway.
That is now the final confirmed sighting of Mr Hewitt and his automobile, a white 2014 Nissan Navara utility, with a roof rack and cover, registration 1GDR 069. The automobile additionally had a number of distinctive Military-themed bumper stickers.
Rick and Jan Hewitt mentioned their son often went fishing north, and issues had been raised after he missed a psychologist’s appointment on Tuesday, prompting them to file a lacking individuals report.
Their fears had been compounded Thursday as Brock didn’t return residence to catch a flight again to work scheduled for that morning.
The 29-year-old is an Australian Military veteran who served in Afghanistan when he was youthful, and suffered post-traumatic stress syndrome after getting back from abroad.
He had lately break up along with his associate and mom of his younger son, and had come residence from his final swing from a northern mine website early due to psychological well being issues.
Brock’s mom Jan mentioned her son phoned her on Monday afternoon to let her know he was going out fishing, and mentioned on the time nothing sounded amiss.
“He was his regular, bubbly self,” she mentioned.
Rick and Jan described their son as a pleasant, outgoing one that would at all times be the primary to strike up a chat with fellow fishers.
“He was an actual eager fisherman, an excellent four-wheel-driver, an excellent bushman … not only a son, a mate,” Rick mentioned.
Appearing Inspector Ben Huggett referred to as for anybody with info on his whereabouts to cellphone police.
“Clearly this can be a actually troublesome time for the household and we’re doing all the pieces we will to find Mr Hewitt,” he mentioned.
“Any info from the general public will help us.”
He’s described as light-skinned, slim and about 175 centimetres tall, with brief darkish hair and ‘Hewitt’ tattooed alongside his left arm in a vogue similar to his father’s.
Anybody with info on Brock’s whereabouts, has seen him out tenting or fishing, or has dashcam footage of him or his automobile is requested to name police on 131 444, or Crime Stoppers on 1800 333000.