Reward offered over missing man

KATA: The family of missing dive instructor David Wiewel are offering a reward of 50,000 baht for information leading to Mr Wiewel being found. The 57-year-old Dutchman walked out of his home in Kata on the morning of March 26 and has not been seen since. His brother, Frank, said, “We are living between hope and fear and the situation is particularly hard on David’s mother. The uncertainty is terrible. Any kind of closure would give the family some peace of mind.” Mr Wiewel left his home at 121/1, Koktanod Rd, Kata, at 8 am on March 26 and was last seen walking toward Kata Noi. He left behind his passport, his keys and his mobile phone and is believed to have been carrying no money. Anyone who has information on Mr Wiewel’s possible whereabouts is asked to call his wife, K. Too, at Tel: 01-8943132 or 076-284026.

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