Police are seeking assistance from
the public to help locate missing man Jesse Corigliano-Quealey.
Jesse, 30, was last seen at an address
in Lonsdale on Thursday 8 October about 12.15pm. Police and family have
concerns for his welfare.
Jesse is described as 163cm tall, slim
build, brown hair and blue eyes. He was last wearing a black T-shirt,
dark pants and new blue and white sneakers.
A CCTV image was captured below on the
morning Jesse went missing.
If anyone sees Jesse
Corigliano-Quealey or has information on his whereabouts, please contact
the police assistance line on 131 444.
An Adelaide mother whose son has been missing for six weeks sends a
Jane Corigliano has not seen her 30-year-old son Jesse since October 8.
Police have told her to expect the worst, and have released exclusive
CCTV imagery of the last time he was spotted.
A desperate mother is pleading for information on her son, who has been
missing for more than six weeks, saying she cannot stop thinking of what
may have happened to him.
Jesse Corigliano-Quealey was last seen in public in Lonsdale on
Thursday, October 8, about 12.15pm, dropping his car at a mechanic’s to
get his brakes fixed.
The 30-year-old Maslin Beach man has not been seen since, but he must
have visited home as he had left behind his wallet, phone, keys and car.
Police have released CCTV imagery of the last time Jesse was spotted at
After more than a month, his mum, Jane Corigliano, is pleading to the
public for more information, saying someone “must have seen him” in the
Maslin Beach area on October 8.
“He can’t have just vanished without a trace, someone must have seen
him,” Ms Corigliano, of O’Sullivan Beach, said. “It is out of character
for him to pick up and leave everything.”
She said her son was acting “differently” when she last saw him.
“I was a bit worried about him because he was acting a bit bizarre … and
he was a bit paranoid,” she said.
Police have told her to expect the worst, as Jesse has not used his bank
account since he went missing. Ms Corigliano asked multiple businesses
to put up a picture of her son in their shop windows appealing for
information on his whereabouts but most have taken them down.
“It’s just terrible not knowing what happened to him. You just can’t
stop thinking about it,” she said.
“If he is out there, we love him and we want to know he’s OK. I’m just
hoping he will come back.”
Ms Corigliano said he was confused and not himself but harmless at the
time he disappeared.
She has appealed to anyone with information about Jesse or who may have
may have seen him in the southern suburbs to call police on 131 444.
Jesse is 163cm tall, with a slim build, brown hair and blue eyes. He was
last wearing a black T-shirt, dark pants and new blue and white
sneakers. He is known to frequent Moana and Maslin Beach in the southern