The search for the elusive missing man has taken a strange turn.
A man who goes by the name of Michael, and was last seen in the Northern Territory in February this year, has been missing for almost four months.
He is the only person who has gone missing from Western Australia since March.
“It’s been really, really weird,” Michael said.
I think he just didn’t feel like being alone anymore. “
He’s always on the road, he’s never been off, and I just keep looking and I keep missing him.”
I think he just didn’t feel like being alone anymore.
He doesn’t have any friends around.
“Michael, a former rugby league player, disappeared from his parents home in the city of Wiradjuri on the outskirts of Darwin on February 12.
Michael, who goes to school with a disability, had been living with his father, but it has been difficult for him to deal with the loss of his best friend and close family member. “
You just go on runs and it’s just kind of like you’re always on a different adventure, and it just seemed like he wasn’t there at all,” Mr Sargent said.
Michael, who goes to school with a disability, had been living with his father, but it has been difficult for him to deal with the loss of his best friend and close family member.
“To have to do this with someone who’s just lost his best mate, it’s really hard,” he said.
In an interview with NT News last month, Michael’s father said he believed his son had been taken by unknown persons.
“We just want the person to be caught and brought to justice, we want him to be reunited with his family,” Mr Waddell said.
He said the family had been inundated with information and donations from around the world, but had yet to receive a reward.
“The only way he would ever get out of here would be if someone came forward with some kind of reward or something,” Mr Fadzi said.
After months of searching, police confirmed the search had been suspended on Thursday, with the search continuing until the weekend.
The family is hoping to find Michael before he returns to the NT, and hopes to reunite him with his parents.
Mr Sargeant said his son was a “very, very, very strong and resilient person”.
“I think the biggest thing is to have someone look after him, to make sure that he doesn’t go into any kind of trouble, that he has no contact with anyone,” he added.
“That’s where I want to be for him.
To make sure he’s not hurt, and to make him feel safe.”
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