WATCH: A Langford mom is tearfully pleading for assist after her 31-year-old son disappeared lower than per week in the past. Kori Sidaway tells us concerning the heartbreaking first steps of the search and what you are able to do to assist.
Marlo Eveleigh hasn’t heard from her son, Joshua Bennett, since Saturday night time.
“If anybody is aware of the place Josh is, please. Please tell us,” pleaded Eveleigh.
Thirty-one-year-old Bennett was out bowling with Faculty District 61 coworkers at Langford Lanes, when he disappeared seemingly into skinny air.
“He didn’t inform them he was leaving,” stated Eveleigh.
“They simply noticed that he went to the lavatory after which he simply wasn’t there anymore.”
Joshua abruptly vanished, leaving his household shaking their heads.
“It’s very out of character for him to be gone. He has by no means not come house,” stated Eveleigh.
“He’s a pink seal carpenter for the [Greater Victoria] Faculty Board. All the things he strives to do, he completes it,” stated Joshua’s uncle, Quinton Bennett tearfully.
After canvassing the world, West Shore RCMP lastly discovered a lead.
Surveillance video reveals Joshua leaving Langford Lanes, heading to a close-by industrial space round 9:30 p.m.
“We’ve launched these new photographs within the hopes that we will spark somebody’s reminiscence,” stated Cst. Nancy Saggar, media relations officer with the West Shore RCMP.
“Perhaps they’ve seen Bennett carrying these garments strolling across the space at that exact time. If they’ve, they need to name us.”
Joshua Bennett is described by police as a 31-year-old Caucasian male, round 6 ft tall and 160 kilos with black hair and brown eyes.
He was final seen carrying blue Levi’s denims, and an olive inexperienced Volcom jacket.
“Any person has to know one thing,” stated Eveleigh.
Joshua’s household stays optimistic that somebody will come ahead.
“I would like him again. That is bloody properly ripping me aside inside. I would like him,” stated Quinton Bennett.
Anybody with data on the whereabouts of Joshua Bennett is urged to contact their native police or Crimestoppers at 1-800-222-8477 (TIPS).