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Parents of missing Perth man Brock Hewitt plea for him to come home

“Please come home. We need you and we love you.”

This is the emotional message from the worried parents of Brock Hewitt, who was last heard from on Monday.

The 29-year-old father has post-traumatic stress disorder after his three years serving with the army in Afghanistan.

His parents, Jan and Rick, are worried for his safety. They said it was out-of-character for their usually “outgoing and bubbly” son to go days without contacting them.

Brock Hewitt has not be heard from since Monday.Brock Hewitt has not be heard from since Monday.
Camera IconBrock Hewitt has not be heard from since Monday.Picture: Supplied by family

Brock, who is home from FIFO work, told his parents on Monday he was going on a fishing trip to South Mole, and promised his mum he would not “do anything stupid”.

After several failed attempts to contact him on Tuesday and friends not hearing from him, they raised the alarm.

“Not knowing (where he is) is definitely the hardest thing,” Mr Hewitt said.

“It’s like him being in Afghanistan again. Not knowing if he is coming home. Not knowing where he is and what he’s doing.”

Mr Hewitt described his son as a “good bloke” and keen fisherman who enjoys four-wheel driving and being in the bush.

Brock Hewitt.Brock Hewitt.
Camera IconBrock Hewitt.Picture: Supplied by family

Brock was last spotted on CCTV cameras at a hardware store in Yanchep about 4.45pm on Monday.

About 5 minutes later he was seen at a service station on Yanchep Beach Road, Yanchep. He left in an easterly direction towards the intersection of Indian Ocean Drive and Wanneroo Road.

He is described as being light skinned, of slim build, 175cm tall, with short dark hair and Hewitt tattooed on his left arm. He was last seen wearing a single, shorts and thongs.

Brock was last seen driving his white Nissan Navara dual cab ute, registration 1GDR069. The vehicle has a roof-rack and white canopy, as well as army-related stickers on it

Anyone with information is urged to contact police on 131 444.

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