The girlfriend of the missing Belgian backpacker Theo Hayez has begged to keep looking for people for the 18-year-old who disappeared in Byron Bay more than a month ago.
Severine Marcotty shared an emotional plea to friends on Facebook earlier this month, posted an image of Theo's missing poster and the words & # 39; do you need help … please share & # 39 ;.
A few months earlier she shared a smiling photo of the couple with the title: & # 39; Every day we are together is the best day of my life & # 39 ;.
Severine Marcotty, friend of Theo Hayez, made a plea through social media for help finding the missing Belgian backpacker
Theo Hayez had traveled through Australia with his cousin for eight months and would have to return home after a final stint in Byron Bay.
He arrived in the coastal town on May 29 and has not been seen since he left a bar called Cheeky Monkeys on May 31 at 11 p.m.
The 18-year-old was last seen when he left the Cheeky Monkeys bar in Byron Bay on May 31 at 11 p.m.
His phone gave his last signal to the Cape Byron lighthouse only a few hours later.
The police received a report on missing persons on June 6, after Theo had not been able to check his room in time and has carried out a thorough search that has so far been pulled into dozens of dedicated local volunteers and even psychics.
The Belgian police worked with Australian detectives in the birthplace of Theo to help merge the most famous movements of the 18-year-old.
Officers are now traveling to Byron Bay to reinvigorate the search and are expected to meet a local group led by bricklayer Christos Tsesmetzis, who has diligently searched for Theo since he was first missing.
Tsesmetzis has never met Theo, but on a social media post he said he was attracted to help knowing that the teenager & brother, someone's son, cousin, cousin, god, son and friend & # 39; used to be.
This week he told followers that he had met Theo & # 39; s parents and described the family as & # 39; strong & # 39; and & # 39; loving & # 39; in the light of unspeakable need.
& # 39; Need help & # 39 ;, she wrote above a photo of the missing poster that was designed for Theo. & # 39; Please share & # 39;
A few months earlier she shared a smiling photo of the couple with the title: & # 39; Every day we are together is the best day of my life & # 39;
Tsesmetzis, who shared a message from the backpacker's parents, said the volunteer group would not give up their search and that the father and father of Theo had picked up the deeply grateful locals.
& # 39; The love and appreciation they want to spend on the dedicated community and volunteers is overwhelming & # 39 ;, he said.
& # 39; They cry over the endless support you have shown, both through messages from all over the world, to the beautiful people on their hands and knees.
& # 39; Yes, we are all emotionally and physically torn apart, but we will go further. & # 39;
Theo & # 39; s father, Laurent Hayez, was the first parent to arrive in Australia and told the media that he would stay until his son was found.
& # 39; When I left Belgium, I promised Theo's little brother, Lucas, that I would take his brother home, please help me keep my promise to him, & # 39; he said.
Theo & # 39; s father, Laurent Hayez told media last Monday that he had promised the teenage brother that he would find the traveler and vowed that he would not return before he did it
Byron Bay residents have refused to find Theo and are actively looking for him. They will soon be accompanied by the Belgian police, who are flying to Australia to help
Theo & # 39; s mother Vinciane Delforge also traveled to Australia, but still has to report to reporters.
Mrs. Delforge previously told a local news center in Belgium that she would like to believe that he had just met a girl and had an affair & # 39 ;.
& # 39; But he just isn't, that's not his style. & # 39;
She said her son was a & # 39; meticulous planner & # 39; was who had thoroughly investigated his gap year to Australia in the months prior to leaving his hometown.
& # 39; He is a conscientious, organized, responsible, and observant boy & # 39 ;, she said.
The police suspended the three-week search for the teenager over the weekend after admitting that they had been confused by the case and had struggled to find new evidence that could shed light on his disappearance.
But the NSW police told Daily Mail Australia on Thursday that the search had resumed.
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