Rajah Thangarajah was last seen at his Eastlakes NSW home on the evening of 8 October 2015. He is described as being of Indian appearance, with brown hair, brown eyes, thin build and 160 to 170cm tall
It’s believed Rajah left the house sometime prior to 08:00am on 9 October 2015 in vehicle APL17H, a Green Ford Falcon, which was located that evening in car park in Coogee.
Rajah has not contacted his family since and there are serious concerns for his welfare.
If you have information that may assist police to locate Rajah please call Crime Stoppers on 1800 333 000.
THE desperate search for father-of-two Rajah Thangarajah who went missing over a week ago continues, with a second sea search to be held today.
“Police have done sea searches, helicopter searches and bushland searches.
“We’ve done the whole Coogee to Bondi walk and gone all of the way to Maroubra and La Perouse as well and we haven’t found anything or any trace of him.”
Mr Thangarajah’s wife was in Sri Lanka for a family visit, and his son was in Chicago — both of them arrived back to join the search on Sunday.
“We would have expected something to turn up by now. We have had no contact with him and no one has seen him,” Ms Thangarajah said.
Mr Thangarajah has been married for 32 years, and is semi-retired. Ms Thangarajah said he “lived for his family and friends” and his disappearance was “totally out of character”.
“We grew up in Coogee, so he knows the area. He is a strong enough swimmer to be in the water and Coogee was not very choppy at all at that time.”
He is described as being of Indian appearance, 170cm tall and with a medium build. He is balding with greying hair and walks with a hunched gait.
If you have seen Mr Thangarajah or have any information call Crime Stoppers on 1800 333 000