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Young Lifeline counsellor, 21, vanishes after leaving on a road trip to Byron Bay from Sydney 

Mystery as young Lifeline counsellor, 21, vanishes after leaving on a road trip to Byron Bay from Sydney’s west

  • Search underway for missing 21-year-old who has not been heard from in a week
  • Jiyan ‘Jai’ Onay, a Lifeline counsellor, left Sydney home for road trip to Byron Bay 
  • His family last heard from him last Saturday June 20 and reported him missing 

Jiyan ‘Jai’ Onay, 21, was reported missing by his family on Saturday who have not heard from him for a week

A desperate search is underway for a young Lifeline counsellor who has not been heard from after leaving on a road trip to Byron Bay from Sydney.

Jiyan ‘Jai’ Onay, 21, was reported missing by his family on Saturday who have not heard from him for a week.

He left his home on Douglas Road at Blacktown in Sydney’s west earlier this month on a planned road trip to Byron Bay.

The 21-year-old was driving a silver Toyota Corolla with NSW registration ‘DTD-12J’.

Police say he was contacting his family via phone throughout his trip but was last heard from on Saturday June 20.

Officers from Blacktown Police Area Command commenced inquiries after he was reported missing on Saturday.

He left his home on Douglas Road at Blacktown earlier this month on a planned road trip to Byron Bay

He left his home on Douglas Road at Blacktown earlier this month on a planned road trip to Byron Bay

Both police and Mr Onay’s family hold grave concerns for his health and safety due to medical conditions.

Mr Onay is described as Mediterranean/Middle Eastern appearance, has a thin build with brown hair and brown eyes.

Anyone who has any information about his whereabouts is being urged to contact Triple Zero or Crime Stoppers on 1800 333 000. 

Read more at DailyMail.co.uk


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