Concerns held for missing Canning Vale man Yi Sun

Yi Sun has not been seen since October 15.
Yi Sun has not been seen since October 15.

UPDATE: Detective Senior Constable Chris Hitchen says Mr Sun was last seen after an argument with his pregnant wife, who has since given birth.

Const Hitchen said Mr Sun’s wife, who has since given birth, last saw him after a verbal dispute at a restaurant the pair own in the CBD.

He said Mr Sun had a history of disappearing, having once gone missing for eight days before returning, which was why his wife waited until November 1 to alert police to before raising the alarm.

Const Hitchen said to the best of their knowledge Mr Sun was still in the state.

“We’ve conducted the inquires we can conduct, there’s no information to suggest he’s left the country through migration and through international and regional flights,” he said.

Const Hitchen said Mr Sun had not used his mobile phone since his disappearance.

“There is no usage on his phone in particular to show he’s made any calls or still has that phone,” he said.

EARLIER: Police hold serious concerns for a missing Canning Vale man who has not been seen since October.

Missing Person Unit detectives are seeking information regarding the whereabouts of 35-year-old Yi Sun.

He was last seen about 12.30pm on Wednesday October 15 on Barrack Street in Perth.

Mr Sun is described as brown-skinned and about 174cm tall with a slim build, black hair and brown eyes.

He did not have his wallet with him at the time and has not been in contact with any of his family.

Anyone with any information regarding his whereabouts is asked to call Crime Stoppers on 1800 333 000 or make a report online.

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