Bryan James MAXTED

 

 

                   

                                             Janine Reeves with a photo of her son Bryan Maxted, who has been missing since September 2009

 

BRYAN I have a message from your Mum, if you can read this -

"My message is for Bryan to please let someone know that he is okay. Also that I love Bryan very much. I am living in the unit at Moil, and will soon be divorced from Colin."

 

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Friday 20-Nov-2009 (1335 hrs CST)

Concern for welfare - 4384424

Northern Territory Police are concerned for the welfare of Bryan James Maxted, 25, of Berrimah who has not been seen since 25 September this year. He was reported missing to police on 5 October.  
 
Investigations to date have confirmed that Mr Maxted flew to Sydney on 28 September and made contact with a family member in the Northern Territory on a number of occasions, the last being 30 September but no contact has been made since.  
 
Mr Maxted is described as of Caucasian appearance, 170 cm tall, medium build, fair complexion and light brown hair. He has a medical condition and concerns are held for his welfare.  
 
Northern Territory Police would like Mr Maxted, or anyone knowing his whereabouts, to call 131 444 or Crime Stoppers on 1800 333 000 or http://www.nt.crimestoppers.com.au/ so that police can ascertain that he is safe and well.  

Wednesday 23-Dec-2009 (1527 hrs CST)

Mother’s Christmas Plea to Missing Son - 4384424

 
 
Ms Janine Reeves, mother of missing 25 year old Bryan Maxted is appealing for her son to come home this Christmas.  
 
Ms Reeves, a Berrimah, Northern Territory resident has not seen her son Bryan since he flew to Sydney on 28 September 2009.  
 
It is believed he checked into a hotel at ‘The Rocks’ for three days, before extending his stay for a further three days. He never checked out and has been officially listed as missing ever since the alarm was raised on 5 October.  
 
Ms Reeves says all she wants for Christmas is to know her son is safe and well and for him to please come home,  
 
“I don’t know what’s happened, I just want to know Bryan is OK. I love him, he is my only child.  
 
“I don’t know why he went to Sydney. He is a Territory boy since the age of four.  
But a big city like that, people can’t simply disappear without someone seeing or knowing something.” Ms Reeves said.  
 
Ms Reeves has a message for Bryan to make contact and to come home,  
 
“Bryan, I just need to know you are OK. Whatever you need, I will get it. If you have done something wrong, it doesn’t matter, we can work it out. I love you, please come home.”  
 
25-year-old Bryan Maxted is described as of Caucasian appearance, 170 cm tall, medium build, fair complexion and light brown hair. He is interested in computers and computer games and worked in a technical shop in Berrimah prior to his disappearance.  
 
Mr Maxted, or anyone knowing his whereabouts, is urged to contact Northern Territory Police on 131 444, or (0)8 8922 1522 if calling from interstate.  
 

Mother's plea for lost son

REBEKAH CAVANAGH   |  December 24th, 2009 - NT News

Janine Reeves with a photo of her 25-year-old son Bryan Maxted, who has been missing since September. Inset: A close up of Bryan Maxted.

A TERRITORY mother has made a heartfelt plea to her son to come home this Christmas.

Janine Reeves fought to hold back tears as she told the Northern Territory News yesterday that the only gift she wanted this festive season was to see her son again.

Her son, Bryan Maxted, 25, mysteriously fled Darwin for Sydney in September.

He did not tell anyone where he was going.

Several days later he sent his mother a text message on her mobile phone saying that he had gone away with a friend to "sort himself out".

He also asked her not to phone him. She has not heard from him since.

"I don't know what's happened - I don't want to think about what has happened," she said. "I just want to know Bryan is OK.

"I love him, he is my only child."

Ms Reeves, 52, from Berrimah in Darwin, said police, after looking at flight records and investigating further, were able to tell her that Mr Maxted had flown to Sydney on September 28 and checked into a hotel at The Rocks for three days.

Police believe he extended his stay for a further three days but he did not check out. Hotel staff raised the alarm when they found his personal belongings in the room on October 5.

"I don't know why he went to Sydney," his mother said. "He is a Territory boy since the age of four and he still lived with me.

"It's completely out of character for him to do this.

"That's why I know something has happened to him.

"But a big city like that, people can't simply disappear without someone seeing or knowing something."

The patient care assistant said she was concerned for her son because he had been battling depression for about four years.

Her message: "Bryan, I love you, please come home."

Mr Maxted, or anyone knowing his whereabouts, is urged to contact NT Police on 131 444 - or on (08) 8922 1522 from interstate.

Sydney police search for missing man

09:41 AEDT Sat Feb 18 2012 - Nine MSN
 

Police have renewed their appeal for information about a Northern Territory man missing from a hotel in Sydney CBD since 2009.

Bryan Maxted, 27, was last seen on September 29, 2009, when he checked into a hotel in The Rocks, telling staff he was planning on staying for three days.

Police were notified in early October when it was discovered Mr Maxted hadn't checked out of the hotel and had left his belongings behind.

Mr Maxted hasn't contacted his family since then, and his bank accounts have not been accessed.

He is described as being of Caucasian appearance, about 170cm tall, of medium build, with a fair complexion and light-brown hair.

Anyone with information is asked to contact Crime Stoppers on 1800 333 000.

 

Mother's emotional appeal for missing son

Updated February 20, 2012 13:15:05

 

A Northern Territory woman has made an emotional plea for anyone with information about her missing son to come forward.

Bryan Maxted, 25, checked into a hotel in The Rocks in Sydney in September 2009.

His family has not heard from him since and New South Wales Police have made an appeal to the public to help find Mr Maxted.

Mr Maxted's mother, Janine Reeves, says she would be grateful for any information.

"I really want to find out if Bryan's alive or even if something's happened to him," she said.

"Because every day, not knowing, it's really really hard.

"And he's my only child and I really love him and it's just terrible living every day not knowing."

She says police have no fresh leads.

"They can't find any record of movement on his bank account, no use of Medicare, just all the different things that police have access to.

"There's absolutely nothing.

"But at the same time, we still remain hopeful because there hasn't been a body found and identified as Bryan's."