Dense bushland covered with hoarfrost set to sand during the third day of a desperate search for a missing student who disappeared after pub argumentation
- Poshik Sharma was last seen at the Duck Inn, in Marysville, Victoria on Thursday
- Sharma, 21, left the established order after a fight he had with friends
- He has not been seen or heard since the dispute and the police
Volunteers and public emergency services scout dense bushland covered with icy frost as the search for a 21-year-old man begins on his third day.
Poshik Sharma, an Indian student at the Swinburne University of Technology in Melbourne, traveled with three friends in Marysville, Alpine Victoria on Thursday, when he suddenly left a pub where they were just before 4 pm.
The group was on their way to Mount Buller, but had to take a break due to bad weather.
They checked into local accommodation and went to a cafe, the Duck Inn, for a few drinks where they got into a fight.
His family member Prince Teona told Daily Mail Australia that Sharma told his friends, whom he met two months ago, that he was leaving the place and no longer wants to stay with them.
Mr. Sharma, who arrived in Australia last February for student visas, walked outside and crossed the street.
Poshik Sharma (photo of the last time he was seen) was traveling with a few friends in Marysville, alpine Victoria, on Thursday when he left just before 4 pm
"He was whistling a car to probably stop, Marysville is a small town and public transportation can be a problem," Teona said.
& # 39; His friends told the motorist to leave and said they would take care of Poshik.
& # 39; His friends thought Poshik went to sleep afterwards. Now they are afraid that Poshink might have taken a ride and left the city.
& # 39; But our concern is how he can survive three days without committing a bank transaction. He has not made or called anything in the last three days, & said Mr. Teona.
Poshik, who lives in the southwestern suburb of Werribee in Melbourne, was not seen when he left CCTV. He has not returned home, he has not had contact with loved ones, touched his social media or his bank accounts
On Saturday, Marysville police along with members of the Search and Rescue, Airwing police and SES searched for him in the area.
Their concern increases as the night temperature in Marysville on Sunday fell a low of two degrees.
The police are concerned that he has become disoriented in the alpine climate.
Sharma, who lives in the southwestern suburb of Melbourne, Werribee, was not seen when he left CCTV.
Inspector David Ryan told Yahoo: & # 39; We simply think that he had some sort of calamity while he was outside.
& # 39; Our concern is that he may have some difficulty with the local terrain. The bad weather means that we have to move fairly quickly to see if we can eliminate the local bushland and rush it. & # 39;
His family has pleaded with the public to contact the police with information
Inspector David Ryan said that Sharma had not had contact with family or friends, and family said it was unusual behavior for him.
He was last seen with red sneakers, a red scarf, a black hat and a leather jacket.
Anyone with information is requested to contact Marysville Police Station at 5963 3222.
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