My son Andrew, a 10-year-old from Perth, disappeared from his home in January after a night out with friends.
Andrew went to a bar and a club in the city and was last seen around 6am.
He was last heard from on Friday, when his father, Brian, contacted the Police Department to report his son missing.
I don’t know how I feel right now but I hope he is dead.
After he left home, his parents contacted police and he was interviewed for over three hours, before he was released on bail.
Police told him he was in good health and that he was not being held for ransom, but the police chief has said that Andrew was in the wrong place at the wrong time.
“I think he may have been involved in something and then he’s not, and I think he’s been taken,” he said.
‘A huge loss’My son Andrew disappeared in January.
In his own words: ‘He was a great kid.
He was a loving son’ When I first heard the news, I was devastated.
I was worried he was going to be taken somewhere, but I’m glad that didn’t happen.
I hope that he’s alive and that his family are able to have the privacy that he needed.
It’s a huge loss, I’m sure.
Andrew was a big part of my life and I wouldn’t believe anything I hear about it.
I wouldn: “Oh my God, that’s not happening!”
Andrew was an incredibly popular kid, I would love to have a chat with him every now and then.
But that’s what I’m going to have to do for the rest of my days.
When you think about it, we’re living in a world where the police have got access to our phones and that’s a really important thing.
A spokesman for Perth Police said: “The police would like to thank the community for their concern and support for Andrew’s wellbeing.”
Mr Miller said Andrew’s disappearance and his disappearance had been a huge shock for his family.
My son was a very popular kid.
We would have had a conversation, he was very friendly and outgoing.
Andrew’s not a guy who would do that kind of thing, he wouldn’t do that.
We’ve had a lot of support from the community and from police.
They’ve told us that we’re doing an incredible job.
The Perth Magistrates Court heard Andrew was on bail for the theft of a vehicle in November.
Mr Wilson said he did not know how much money Andrew was owed and how much was outstanding.
But he said it was a “huge loss”.
“Andrew was just so popular.
He would get along with everybody, and we have been so lucky,” he told the court.
His father said he wanted to get to the bottom of Andrew’s whereabouts.
There is a lot more to Andrew’s case than we know.
All the evidence points to a kidnapping and robbery.
Officers believe that Andrew may have done something with a stolen car, but police haven’t released a description of it yet.
On Friday, the police said they would release CCTV footage of Andrew in the area where his father reported him missing, but he has not been seen since.
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