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Desperate search for young mother who drove to a beach in Perth and mysteriously vanished

Desperate search for young mother who drove to a beach and mysteriously vanished – as her family issues a frantic plea to find her

  • Search underway for Hayley Scates – believed to have vanished in northern Perth
  • Sister Kym Kennedy gave an emotional plea for Ms Scates’ return in online post 
  • The sister said police and family members were out looking for young mother 
  • Ms Kennedy urged people in the post to look out for sister’s car near Joondalup  
  • After posting appeal, Ms Kennedy said she was about to fly home from the UK

A desperate search is underway on Saturday evening for a young mother who is believed to have driven to a suburban beach and mysteriously vanished. 

The sister of Perth woman Hayley Scates issued an emotional plea for help tracking her down in a social media post and gave her car’s registration details.

‘My sister Hayley has gone missing,’ Kym Kennedy wrote.

A desperate search is underway on Saturday evening for a young mother (pictured) who is believed to have driven to a suburban beach and mysteriously vanished

The sister of Perth woman Hayley Scates (pictured) issued an emotional plea for help tracking her down in a social media post and gave her car's registration details

The sister of Perth woman Hayley Scates (pictured) issued an emotional plea for help tracking her down in a social media post and gave her car’s registration details

Shortly after posting the appeal on Facebook, Ms Kennedy said she was about to board a plane and fly back home to Perth. 

‘If anyone happens to be up Joondalup way please keep a look out for her or her car – Silver Commodore 1EEP471.’

The sister said police and family members were out looking for her.

One friend said they had already driven past beaches in Perth’s northern suburbs searching for the young woman, including Quinns Rocks, Jindalee and Burns Beach. 

She pleaded for anyone with information on Ms Scates’ whereabouts to contact her or the police. 

The alert, posted to Ms Kennedy’s Facebook page at about 6pm, has already been shared more than 100 times in the space of an hour.

The sister pleaded for anyone with information on Ms Scates' (right) whereabouts to contact her or the police

The sister pleaded for anyone with information on Ms Scates’ (right) whereabouts to contact her or the police

The call for help finding Ms Scates (pictured), posted to Ms Kennedy's Facebook page at about 6pm, has already been shared more than 100 times in the space of an hour

The call for help finding Ms Scates (pictured), posted to Ms Kennedy’s Facebook page at about 6pm, has already been shared more than 100 times in the space of an hour

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