The wife of a man who went missing over two weeks ago in Melbourne has put out a desperate plea to her missing husband.
‘Please come back. If you are in danger, please try your best to leave us a message. We will find you, we will never give up,’ Emma Wang told The Age.
Yiwei Chu, who also goes by Carl, was last seen at a fast food outlet in Notting Hill about 12pm on April 11.
His wife, police and family members hold grave fears for the 28-year-old and say it is extremely out of character for him to be missing.
Emma Wang (left) has put out a desperate plea to her husband Yiwei Chu (right) since he went missing
Yiwei Chu (pictured), who also goes by Carl, was last seen at a food outlet in Notting Hill
Police hold fears for Mr Chu (pictured) and family say it’s out of character for him to be missing
On Friday, Ms Wang was informed Mr Chu’s car was found in a car park on Friday.
Ms Wang was hoping her husband would be in the car.
The search continues for Mr Chu with help from the Search and Rescue squad, local police, SES, and air teams.
Ms Wang first noticed Mr Chu was missing when he failed to show up to pick her up from work.
She thought his phone had died and did not think much of it.
When he did not come home, Ms Wang grew worried and contacted friends, family, work colleagues, and hospitals to see if someone had seen him.
The family of Melbourne man Mr Chu (pictured), who hasn’t been seen in two weeks, are extremely concerned
Mr Chu was last seen wearing black rimmed glasses, a cream and brown camouflage jacket over a black top with a picture of Snoopy on the front (pictured)
Ms Wang can’t stop thinking about what may have happened to her husband.
‘He may be robbed, he may be dead,’ Ms Wang said.
Mr Chu was wearing black rimmed glasses, a cream and brown camouflage jacket over a black top with a picture of Snoopy on the front.
In the footage he is wearing dark blue jeans and black sneakers with white soles.
Police have released an image and CCTV footage of Mr Chu hoping that someone who recognises him can provide information on his whereabouts.
Anyone who sights Mr Chu or has information on his whereabouts is urged to contact Crime Stoppers on 1800 333 000.
Anyone who sights Mr Chu or has information on his whereabouts is urged to contact Crime Stoppers