Tragedy as a missing father-of-two librarian is found dead – days after he left home after saying goodbye to his wife
- Bruce Stewart, 44, said goodbye to his loving wife Melissa at his home in Ryde
- But he didn't show up for work at his high school in the western suburbs of Sydney
- Mrs. Stewart said he had contacted friends but did not answer her phone calls or text messages
- His family has confirmed that the body of the father of two has been found
The body of a father of two was found days after his wife had launched a desperate plea to find him when he did not arrive at work.
Bruce James Stewart said goodbye to his wife Melissa on Monday at half past seven.
But the librarian never came to high school in the western suburbs of Sydney where he worked.
His family confirmed that the body of the 44-year-old was found on Wednesday in Hornsby, on the northern north coast of Sydney, ending the day-long search.
Bruce Stewart, 44, said goodbye to his loving wife Melissa (pictured together) and then left his Ryde at home in his blue Holden Astra sedan around 7:30 am
Mrs. Stewart said earlier that he had contacted friends after he left his blue Holden Astra sedan, but did not answer her calls.
& # 39; He made brief contact with some good friends before he did not respond to calls or messages, which is very, very different from him, & # 39; she told the Sydney Morning Herald.
& # 39; We are distraught. He is our world, a devoted father and a husband, worshiped by everyone who knows him, and we are desperately looking for him. & # 39;
According to police, his family was initially concerned about his well-being & # 39; due to his current mental state & # 39 ;.
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Police said his family is concerned about his well-being & # 39; due to his current mental condition & # 39;
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