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Mother-of-four begs for help to find husband after he kissed her goodbye and then vanished

The wife of a father-of-four has said his family cannot ‘think, eat or sleep’ after the 45-year-old vanished from their family home three days ago.

Rose Miller, from Coomba Bay on New South Wales’ mid-north coast, has made a string of impassioned social media pleas since her husband of 15 years Scott Taylor left home on Tuesday taking nothing but the clothes he was wearing and an umbrella.

He left behind his keys, mobile and wallet, Yahoo 7 reported.

Ms Miller reported the stay-at-home father missing after she went to work that day and later received a message from him saying ‘I love them and this has nothing to do with them’.

Rose Miller (right), wife of father-of-four Scott Taylor (left), have said his family cannot ‘think, eat or sleep’ after the 45-year-old vanished from their home three days ago

Police later found him almost 400 kilometres south of his home on the Hume Highway near Mittagong.

The mother said police took him to a service station and bought him breakfast but did not help him get home.

In a statement, police said Mr Taylor presented ‘healthy and well and there was no concern for welfare or threats for self harm’ so let him continue on his journey.

Authorities are no longer considering him missing. 

 The couple's  (Ms Miller left and Mr Taylor right) youngest child is four-year's-old and Ms Miller added her children were 'hysterical'- while she was 'numb, broken and scared'.

 The couple’s  (Ms Miller left and Mr Taylor right) youngest child is four-year’s-old and Ms Miller added her children were ‘hysterical’- while she was ‘numb, broken and scared’.

Police later found him (pictured) almost 400 kilometres south of his home on the Hume Highway near Mittagong. His wife said police took him to a service station and bought him breakfast but did not help him get home

Police later found him (pictured) almost 400 kilometres south of his home on the Hume Highway near Mittagong. His wife said police took him to a service station and bought him breakfast but did not help him get home

Ms Miller said her husband had previously worked as a transit officer on the railways. 

Posting to Facebook on Friday morning, his wife continued with her pleas for him to come home – saying ‘I know its not a crime to leave your wife but his circumstances are concerning … I am truly scared for him and our children need their daddy!

The couple’s youngest child is four-year’s-old and Ms Miller added her children were ‘hysterical’- while she was ‘numb, broken and scared’.

On Thursday night the worry-stricken mother also put up a flyer-style post to encourage her father to come home.

She said: ‘I know you’re hurting from your core. We feel it too. We don’t need to talk about anything if you don’t want to.

‘I will always love you – without you I am just a walking corps.’ 

On Thursday night the worry-stricken mother also put up a flyer-style post (pictured) to encourage her father to come home

On Thursday night the worry-stricken mother also put up a flyer-style post (pictured) to encourage her father to come home

A post on the Australian Missing Persons Register said Mr Taylor was last seen at Pheasant’s Nest and it was believed he had hiked to the destination.

He was wearing dark blue canvas joggers, tan shorts and a blue button up shirt, it read.

The post said: ‘Scott is suffering from a medical condition that can cause him confusion and his behaviour is very out of character.  

The register encouraged anyone with information to call Forster Police on (02) 6555 1299 or Police Link on 131 444.

Posting to Facebook on Friday morning, his wife continued with her pleas for him to come home

Posting to Facebook on Friday morning, his wife continued with her pleas for him to come home

 

Read more at DailyMail.co.uk


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