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Sunday, 29 December 2013

Nick Eade: Missing Person - PLEASE SHARE

The story of missing person Nick Eade, 37 is a very sad one. The NSW man has been missing since Tuesday, November 26, 2013. That morrning, he left his home in Dee Why to go to work in Redfern (specifically, Eveleigh, where a Channel 7 office is based - Nick works there as a TV producer, on the TV show 'Fast Ed').

UPDATED 30 December, 2013:

Sadly, the body of Nick Eade has been found. Says The Daily Telegraph:

THE body of a 37-year-old man found at Sydney's Shelly Beach yesterday is that of missing Dee Why father Nick Eade.

Read more here.

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UPDATED: January 2, 2014 from the 'Missing Person Nick Eade' Facebook page:

A MESSAGE FROM TRISH

As some are aware a body was found at Shelly on the 29th December.
We are awaiting comfirmation via the police and the coronor if this body is of my beautiful husband Nick Eade.
Since this time, I am in more shock than before.
And have been and still am grieving.
This is my best friend, husband, lover and father to our beautiful child.
I just want Nick to come home.
My life is not the same without this gorgeous funny loving man by my side.
I just want Nick in my arms again.


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That afternoon, Nick sent a text message to his wife Trish Heagerty (a food stylist), saying he would be home late. But he failed to return home that night and was subsequently reported missing to police.

Here is the cover photo of the Facebook page set up for Nick Eade:





According to this report in the Manly Daily, police have again renewed their appeal to find Nick.

The article says:


Detectives from Northern Beaches local area command have been conducting extensive inquiries into his disappearance and his car was found abandoned in Hampden St, Cremorne.

They have made inquiries with hospitals and medical centres while also monitoring his bank accounts, where there have been a number of transactions.

Strike Force Annie has now been established to investigate Mr Eade's disappearance, with numerous reported sightings of him in various parts of Sydney, including the on the northern beaches.

Police are continuing to review and verify these reports in an attempt to locate Mr Eade, while also canvassing hotels and motels in the area.

They are renewing their appeal for information about his welfare and whereabouts.
Nick Eade is described as being of Caucasian appearance, 170cm tall with a stocky build, shaved head and a large tattoo on his left arm.

Anyone with information about Mr Eade's whereabouts is urged to call Dee Why police on 9971 3369 or Crime Stoppers anonymously on 1800 333 000.


This message was just posted on the 'Missing Person Nick Eade' Facebook page late on 28 December, 2013:

MESSAGE FROM TRISH:
This is such a hard time for us, without Nick at Christmas
Without Nick home at any time of the year
We miss him so much

My gut keeps telling me Nick is lost along the way
So he needs to know his wife, children, family and friends are here for him with open arms
We just want to let Nick know we love and miss him, and want him home safe
Even if he just calls someone to say he is ok

My thanks to the police and missing person unit for their continued efforts and to everyone on Facebook for spreading my messages and sharing Nick’s pictures.
Although I suspect he may not be as clean shaven as the photos I share, it is his tattoos that will stand out.

NOTE FROM ADMIN:
Thank you for all your well wishes, please continue to share and print the flyer off and distribute... if we could please request that further comments are kept to a minimum as it is creating additional workload for the team working on the case - we absolutely appreciate everyone's support and want to keep you updated but do not wish to make their task more difficult by creating further work for them on here.
Download via this link: http://goo.gl/DAO2em


(The PDF to download in the above link is downloaded below for you, to simply save, print, and share).

And this message, from Trish on December 22:

MESSAGE FROM TRISH:

My Daily Thanks and cry for help in my new world of trying to find and cope with my missing husband Nick Eade.
I am sad to say I have heard no news
My eyes hurt, from tears and I feel like a shell walking around empty, the pain and disbelief
Not just that it's days to xmas and our little Ruby still thinks Daddy is at work; when the phone rings she says"daddy",
But my husband - happy, relaxed, down to earth man has gone missing for nearly one month
Thank you again for the amazing support, for those who are printing and handing out, sticking up flyers throughout Australia
We just need to keep sharing and handing out flyers.
Looking out for Nick.


Please share this blog post on your Facebook pages. It will increase the chances of someone knowing something about Nick Eade. Thank you.

To 'like' the Facebook page, click here.

Here is the downloaded poster:


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