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Australia'Our nightmare in paradise': Father of missing backpacker Theo Hayez opens up on his search for answers as he arrives back in Byron Bay - four months after his son vanished

23:01  02 september  2019
23:01  02 september  2019 Source:   dailymail.co.uk

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opens up on his search for answers as he arrives back in Byron Bay - four months after The devastated father of missing Belgian backpacker Theo Hayez has described the search for his son in Byron Mr Hayez was working with police with few clues but in the hopes they will find answers .

Laurent Hayez travelled to Byron Bay to help search for his son Theo , who went missing in the seaside town on May 31. His father made a tearful plea to the Australian public to not give up on his son , and said if witnesses were 'scared to come forward' they should send in anonymous tips.

'Our nightmare in paradise': Father of missing backpacker Theo Hayez opens up on his search for answers as he arrives back in Byron Bay - four months after his son vanished© Provided by Associated Newspapers Limited Theo (pictured) was last seen leaving the Cheeky Monkey's bar at about 11pm on May 31 The devastated father of missing Belgian backpacker Theo Hayez has described the search for his son in Byron Bay as a 'nightmare in paradise'.

Laurent Hayez has flown back to the coastal town from Brussels to meet with police and continue the search for his 18-year-old son, who went missing four months ago.

He returned to resume the search for Theo on Father's Day and said the family still held 'hope'.

Mr Hayez described the idyllic New South Wales town as a 'beautiful place', despite his heartache.

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'We have Theo ': Missing backpacker Theo Hayez 's family were sent a chilling message claiming he Theo Hayez was last seen leaving the Cheeky Monkey's bar in Byron Bay in May Data from his phone tracked him near Cape Byron before his signal shut off

Theo Hayez with his girlfriend Severine Marcotty. Theo vanished on May 31 last year after leaving Cheeky Monkey's in Byron Bay , northern New South Wales. Theo 's family have fought tirelessly to find out what happened after he went missing in Byron Bay last year (Mr Hayez (centre) pictured

'It's like we are living a nightmare in paradise... I feel good here because I have a big family here in Australia, especially in Byron Bay,' he told The Australian.

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The Belgian backpacker disappeared in Byron Bay on May 31, last seen at a club. The teenager has not used his bank account Dozens of volunteers have given up their time to comb through bushland on the outskirts of Byron Bay , with many searching for Theo since he was first declared missing .

Missing Belgian backpacker Theo Hayez (pictured) desperately tried to find his way back to his hostel in the moments before he went off the grid, his phone data has revealed. May 31st 7.45pm: Theo Hayez and an unnamed friend were caught on CCTV camera at a local bottle shop in Byron Bay .

'It's weird because it's where Theo disappeared. But I feel like home here.'

'Our nightmare in paradise': Father of missing backpacker Theo Hayez opens up on his search for answers as he arrives back in Byron Bay - four months after his son vanished© Provided by Associated Newspapers Limited Laurent Hayez (pictured with his friend and Theo's female cousin) has flown back to Byron Bay from Brussels to meet with police and continue the search for his 18-year-old son

Theo was last seen leaving the Cheeky Monkey's bar at about 11pm on May 31.

Extensive land, air and sea searches failed to find any leads and police were forced to call off the operation in July.

He was staying at WakeUp! hostel on the night he went missing.

Theo was meant to check out on June 3 but never returned.

The last signal from his phone was picked up at the Cape Byron area at 1.42pm on Saturday June 1 from a WhatsApp message.

The hostel did not raise the alarm until six days after he failed to return.

His passport and other belongings remained in his hostel room untouched.

'Our nightmare in paradise': Father of missing backpacker Theo Hayez opens up on his search for answers as he arrives back in Byron Bay - four months after his son vanished© Provided by Associated Newspapers Limited The last signal from Theo's phone was picked up at the Cape Byron area at 1.42pm on Saturday June 1 from a WhatsApp message 'Our nightmare in paradise': Father of missing backpacker Theo Hayez opens up on his search for answers as he arrives back in Byron Bay - four months after his son vanished© Provided by Associated Newspapers Limited Rescuers look for Mr Hayez around the Cape Byron Lighthouse where the last 'ping' from Theo's phone was recorded on June 1

The family will work alongside Byron Bay police in the hopes of finding a breakthrough in the search for Theo.

New Theo Hayez twist as Belgian backpacker's father RETURNS to Australia to continue the search for his missing son - three months after he vanished in Byron Bay

New Theo Hayez twist as Belgian backpacker's father RETURNS to Australia to continue the search for his missing son - three months after he vanished in Byron Bay The 18-year-old was last seen leaving the Cheeky Monkey's bar on the popular coastal town about 11pm on May 31. Extensive land, air and sea searches failed to find any leads and police were forced to call off the operation in July. However, Theo's desperate family have refused to give up hope of finding their son. His father Laurent Hayez arrived back in Australia on Sunday - three months on - hoping for a breakthrough.

NSW police have suspended the search for Belgian man Theo Hayez , who went missing in Byron Bay a month ago. Hayez , 18, was last seen leaving the On Thursday the commander of the northern region police, assistant commissioner Max Mitchell, also thanked the Byron Bay community for its

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Last week, volunteers helped spread awareness about Theo to residents and tourists in the area.

'We heard lots of thoughts about the culture of Byron and what people thought may have happened to Theo, as well as some spiritual insights,' a Facebook page dedicated to the search for Theo read.

'Mostly we were overwhelmed with the love and concern that everybody had for Theo and their wished for him to be found.'

'Our nightmare in paradise': Father of missing backpacker Theo Hayez opens up on his search for answers as he arrives back in Byron Bay - four months after his son vanished© Provided by Associated Newspapers Limited Theo Hayez, 18, was staying at the WakeUp! hostel (pictured) when he disappeared on the night of May 31 'Our nightmare in paradise': Father of missing backpacker Theo Hayez opens up on his search for answers as he arrives back in Byron Bay - four months after his son vanished© Provided by Associated Newspapers Limited A missing persons poster is seen plastered to a sign on the entrance to a beach

A family friend said Mr Hayez was working with police with few clues but in the hopes they will find answers.

The father vowed to never give up on finding Theo.

Six weeks of searching after Theo vanished forced the family to return back home on a 26-hour flight.

But residents refused to give up on the search.

Three officers from Belgian Federal Police were flown to Byron Bay this week to help assist in the search.

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