& # 39; Please call your mother & # 39 ;: the desperate plea of the family problem to miss a backpacker and reveal that he was mysteriously quiet in days before he disappeared – and did not respond to birthday messages
- Family release video begging a missing backpacker: & # 39; Contact your mother & # 39;
- Andreas Karl Wacker was last seen filling his car around 6:55 pm Wednesday
- The 28-year-old has not had contact with family or friends for several days
- His disappearance comes to the search of the Belgian backpacker Theo Hayez
The family of a German backpacker who has been missing for several days has begged him to contact them.
Andreas Karl Wacker, 28, was last seen on Wednesday and filled a gasoline car in Rockingham, Western Australia.
Wacker's & aunt Andra Marburg said the family knew something was wrong in the days prior to his disappearance, because he didn't respond to any of the birthday messages they sent him on Sundays.
& # 39; Contact your mother, contact one of us, & # 39; she said in a recorded video.
& # 39; Your mother is going crazy, she is not sleeping. She is very sick, we are all sick. & # 39;
Andreas Karl Wacker's family (photo) has protested a video to the missing German backpacker to contact them
Mrs. Malburg said that Mr. Wacker was in regular contact with his family when he was away and this behavior was very unusual for him.
On Saturday, the police released images of Mr. Wacker fuel his car on Chalgrove Avenue and Read Street in Rockingham in Western Australia around 6:55 pm on Wednesday.
On Wednesday, he left his belongings in a friends' house in Yangebup before going to a gym in Cockbun just before 12.30.
His family members believe that he is also without his wallet, passport and mobile phone.
Andra Marburg (photo), the aunt of the missing German backpacker, Andreas Karl Wacker, appeared in a video in which Mr. Wacker was asked to contact his family
Mr. Wacker was last seen filling up his car with fuel on Chalgrove Avenue and Read Street in Rockingham
Mr. Wacker (left) has had no contact with family or friends and there are concerns about his well-being
However, they believe he still has his car – a white Nissan Pathfinder, registration 1BSY613 with piled up camping gear.
& # 39; This is really our only lifeline that we have now, and so far we have done everything we can, & # 39; said Malburg.
Mr. Wacker is about 180-185 cm tall, has an average build, an olive complexion, brown hair and blue eyes.
He was last seen with a brown, maroon, yellow, and orange checkered shirt.
He speaks German and some English.
Police think Mr. Wacker will drive a Nissan Pathfinder Station sedan in 2002, registration 1BSY613
Mr. Wacker was last seen with a brown, maroon, yellow, and orange checkered shirt
Mr Wacker's disappearance comes a week after the search for the Belgian backpacker Theo Hayez.
The 18-year-old was last seen when he left the Cheeky Monkey bar in Byron Bay on May 31 at 11 p.m.
The Belgian police worked with Australian detectives in Theo & # 39; s hometown to bring together the latest movements of the teenager.
Theo & # 39; s mother Vinciane Delforge also arrived in the country to help find her son, and will join his father Laurent Hayez and dozens of locals who refuse to give up the search.
Hayez promised not to return before he found his son.
The Belgian backpacker Theo Hayez (photo) was last seen when he left the bar of the Cheeky Monkey & # 39; s in Byron Bay at 11 p.m. on May 31
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