Joshua MOU

 

 

Joshua has a tattoo on his left shoulder blade of Yin and Yang koi fish swimming in a circle with text “THAT’S ROUGH BUDDY”.

 

Video footage of Joshua released by Police - https://d2haxmvzil2swt.cloudfront.net/uploads/2022/02/17/143709_Missing_Man_Sunnybank.mp4?_=2

 

Missing man, Sunnybank Hills QLD

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Police are seeking public assistance to help locate a 22-year-old man missing from the Sunnybank area.

Joshua Mou was last seen on the evening of Tuesday, January 11, 2022 in Terowi Street and has not been in contact with anyone since.

Police and family hold concern for Joshua’s safety and wellbeing as his disappearance is considered out of character.

Police are appealing to Joshua, or anyone who knows his whereabouts, to come forward.

If you have information for police, contact Policelink by providing information using the online suspicious activity form 24hrs per day at www.police.qld.gov.au/reporting.

Report crime information anonymously via Crime Stoppers. Call 1800 333 000 or report online at www.crimestoppersqld.com.au.

Quote this reference number: QP2200083626.

 

Siblings of missing Joshua Mou ‘completely blindsided’ by brother’s disappearance

The siblings of a missing Brisbane man say they were left “completely blindsided” when their youngest brother went missing over one week ago after all his social media profiles were deleted.

Elise Williams
 

The siblings of missing man Joshua Mou said they were “completely blindsided” when their youngest brother went missing over one week ago.

As police continue to investigate the disappearance of 22-year-old Joshua Mou, who has been described by his sister as a 180cm tall, 60kg, Taiwanese male, his siblings have made an urgent appeal for help.

Mr Mou’s older sister, Serena, said her brother – who lives in Sunnybank Hills – had deactivated all his social media accounts and email addresses before leaving his home on the evening of January 11.

“He was last seen wearing dark coloured clothes, a T-shirt and sweatpants,” Serena said.

Serena said Mr Mou’s behaviour was out of character, and up until the night of his disappearance, Mr Mou’s friends hadn’t recognised any unusual behaviour from the young man.

“(We are) completely blindsided, it‘s really unlike him,” she said.

“His friend was the last to see him, he left her house around 7:15pm. He mentioned going on a trip but would be back in 2 days. Leading up to this, none of his friends noticed anything out of the ordinary with his behaviour.”

Serena said she could not verify where her brother had planned to go on a trip, nor why he was going.

“It appears he was guarded about this,” she said.

Serena said her eldest sister Joy had flown back from Sydney to assist in the search for their brother, while police say they are concerned for his welfare.

“Police and family hold concern for Joshua’s safety and wellbeing as his disappearance is considered out of character,” a statement from the Queensland Police said.

Mr Mou was last seen in Terowi Street, Sunnybank Hills, and has not been in contact with anyone since.

Serena said she kept periodic contact with her brother.

“We‘re not the closest siblings in the traditional sense, but we are close in bond,” she said.

“We have a strong solidarity and check in with each other periodically. He’s lived with me in the past, and I’ve always let him know that he always has somewhere to stay with me, and that I love him unconditionally.

“Same with Joy, the moment she found out he was missing, she flew up from Sydney to help look for him.”

Serena said she’d want her brother to know that his siblings are “worried sick.”

“No matter what he was thinking when he disappeared … we have his back and we can work through it together,” she said.

“We’ll never abandon him or let him down. Our love and care for him is truly, truly unconditional.”

Mr Mou has a tattoo on his left shoulder blade of Yin and Yang koi fish swimming in a circle with text “THAT’S ROUGH BUDDY”.

He Wears a silver chain around his neck, and has small silver sleeper earrings in both earlobes.

If you may be able to assist police in finding Joshua Mau, or have any information in relation to his disappearance, contact Policelink on 131444.

 

Update: Renewed public appeal for missing Sunnybank man 

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Police are renewing a public appeal to help locate missing Sunnybank man Joshua Mou, who has not been heard from since mid-January, despite police coordinating searches in the Carindale area earlier this month.

Officer-in-Charge of Acacia Ridge Criminal Investigation Branch Detective Senior Sergeant Mick Manago said investigations into 22-year-old Joshua’s disappearance had been extensive.

“While Joshua went missing from Sunnybank, we believe he may have travelled by bus to Baynes Street, Carindale on January 11 and consequently we’ve narrowed our focus to that area”.

“Last weekend, specialist police searched wetlands and waterways in nearby Bulimba Creek with specialised drones also scouring nearby Minnippi Park and Carindale Recreational Reserve.

Senior Sergeant Manago called on the Chinese and Taiwanese community, of which Joshua was an active member, to get in touch with police with any information regarding his whereabouts.

“No piece of information is too small, we have mandarin-speaking Police Liaison Officers available to assist who have recently distributed information via the We-Chat platform to aid investigators.

“Should he see this appeal – I’d like to appeal directly to Joshua to make contact with police or his family to confirm he is safe. I want to reiterate he is not in trouble and making contact with his loved ones, or to police directly, would be in everyone’s best interests.

If you have information for police, contact Policelink by providing information using the online suspicious activity form 24hrs per day at www.police.qld.gov.au/reporting.

Report crime information anonymously via Crime Stoppers. Call 1800 333 000 or report online at www.crimestoppersqld.com.au.

Quote this reference number: QP2200083626.