THE family of a man who has been missing for four months has issued an urgent plea for information.
Daniel Navarro, 38, has not contacted his family since the day he was last seen.
Mr Navarro was dropped off at Rockingham Train Station by a family member around 4.30pm on March 11.
Police believe he stayed the night in the Joondalup area with friends.
The following day, Mr Navarro was seen getting off a bus at Joondalup Train Station around 4.40pm.
He was then seen walking into a nearby shopping centre around 4.50pm. This is the last confirmed sighting of Mr Navarro.
Police have conducted numerous inquiries into his whereabouts throughout WA.
WA Police Missing Person Unit is investigating the disappearance amid increasing concerns for his welfare.
Mr Navarro’s family issued a statement through WA Police, pleading for anyone with information to come forward.
“It has been more than four months since we have seen or spoken to Daniel, our son and brother,” they said.
“We are very concerned as we have no idea where he may be or if he is safe.
“Daniel, we miss you and would love you to come home.
“If anyone has any information as to Daniel’s whereabouts, or if you have seen him since mid-March, we plead with you to come forward and contact police.”
Mr Navarro is described as olive skinned, 175cm tall, with a solid build, black hair and hazel eyes.
He has a front top tooth missing and has the name ‘Zac’ tattooed on the inside of his left arm.
He was last seen wearing a dark short-sleeved shirt, blue jeans and runners. He was also wearing sunglasses and earphones.
Anyone with information should call Crime Stoppers on 1800 333 000 or make a report online at Crime Stoppers.