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Gary Pearce (photo) who has been missing for two months, was finally found dead in a burnt-out car

& # 39; I need my boy home & # 39 ;: Mother & # 39; s desperate search for missing son, 21, comes to a tragic end because his body is found in a burnt-out car

  • Gary Pearce, 21, was missing in the Illawarra region on April 24
  • On June 9 a passer-by found a shocking car in a field outside a country road
  • On Thursday police revealed revealed where Mr. Pearce's
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A man who has been missing for two months has finally been found dead in a burnt-out car.

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Gary Pearce, 21, was reported missing on April 24 and his desperate family offered a $ 10,000 reward to anyone who found him alive.

On June 9 a passerby found a car in a field off a country road 40 km from Crookwell, New South Wales.

Gary Pearce (photo) who has been missing for two months, was finally found dead in a burnt-out car

Gary Pearce (photo) who has been missing for two months, was finally found dead in a burnt-out car

The remains of a man were found inside and on Thursday the police revealed that it was Mr Pearce.

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The police think he lost control of his car, got off the road and hit a tree in the field, causing a fire.

The news has destroyed the parents of Mr Pearce, Jo and Gary from the Illawarra region.

Mrs. Pearce described her son as a & # 39; loving, kind-hearted person & # 39 ;, the Illawarra Star.

In her attempt to find her son last month, she said: & He called or notified me almost every day. Sometimes without reason. He's my son. I need my son at home.

& # 39; Someone knows where he is and all I ask is for that person to tell me or the police. & # 39;

Gary Pearce, 21, was reported missing on April 24 and his desperate family offered a $ 10,000 reward to anyone who found him alive
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Gary Pearce, 21, was reported missing on April 24 and his desperate family offered a $ 10,000 reward to anyone who found him alive

Gary Pearce, 21, was reported missing on April 24 and his desperate family offered a $ 10,000 reward to anyone who found him alive

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