Australia 'It's time to come home': Police issue plea to missing Sydney mother

01:04  15 february  2021
01:04  15 february  2021 Source:   9news.com.au

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(NSW Police Force). The 49-year-old, who is a managing director of a Sydney consulting firm, hasn't been seen since, disappearing without a trace. On the night she disappeared, police allege Ms Caddick left the house for her afternoon run but failed to take her phone, wallet or any other belongings with her. "We have some serious concerns for her safety. She did not take any of her personal belongings she hasn't been in touch with her husband, her son or any of her friends since," Detective Inspector Gretchen Atkins said. Anthony Kelotti (let), husband of missing woman Melissa Caddick during a

Police believe missing businesswoman Melissa Caddick is alive, and are looking into a new theory about where she could be. There is a new theory surrounding the disappearance of a missing Sydney businesswoman months after her disappearance, as she stands accused of stealing millions of dollars from investors. Sydney financial advisor Melissa Caddick, 49, hasn’t been seen since she left her home in Dover Heights for a run on the morning of November 12.

a man and a woman standing in a room: Never before seen video of missing Sydney millionaire Melissa Caddick during ASIC raid. © Nine Never before seen video of missing Sydney millionaire Melissa Caddick during ASIC raid.

NSW Police have renewed their call for a missing Sydney businesswoman to turn herself in, saying it's "time to come home".

Fourteen weeks have passed since Melissa Caddick, 49, was last seen at her $6.2 million mansion in Dover Heights in Sydney's Eastern Suburbs.

The mother-of-one is suspected of allegedly stealing "tens of millions" of dollars from potentially hundreds of investment clients.

She went missing on November 12, and has not been seen since.

"If she is alive and if she is still in Australia then every day we continue to talk about her then we're one day closer to finding her," NSW Police Commissioner Mick Fuller told 2GB's Ben Fordham.

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Detectives working the case believe she is alive and are treating the case as "a missing person and therefore an open case".


When asked whether Ms Caddick could have people helping her to stay hidden, Mr Fuller said it was a possibility.

"There could be," he said.

"We don't have any specific leads on that at the moment but you would have to safely assume (that) if her journey was one to leave Australia and go overseas, particularly at the moment with the challenges of getting out of the country without specific border force approval, one would think that she would have to have to have the help of someone.

a man and a woman standing in a room: Never before seen video of missing Sydney millionaire Melissa Caddick during ASIC raid. © Nine Never before seen video of missing Sydney millionaire Melissa Caddick during ASIC raid.

"At some stage she will realise that she's going to have to turn herself in and face these allegations and the sooner she does that, if she is alive, then the better.

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"I think for her and her family it would be time to come home."

As reported by 9News last month, the Federal Court of Australia heard investors had allegedly handed over more than $13 million to Ms Caddick in the lead up to her disappearance.

Ms Caddick disappeared on November 12 after Australian Federal Police (AFP) raided her Dover Heights home as part of an ASIC investigation.

ASIC has identified as many as 61 potential victims.

She allegedly used clients' money to fund her lavish lifestyle instead of investing their savings.

Tendered court documents revealed that in the lead up to her disappearance Ms Caddick used her credit cards to spend $250,000 at Dior; $60,000 at Chanel and more than $230,000 at Canturi Jewellers.

She deserved better, teen's inquest told .
A coroner has begun examining why it took decades for police to match unidentified bodies with missing persons and the 'inexcusable' errors made in one case."She deserved better than that," stepmother Elizabeth Barwick told the NSW Coroners Court on Monday.

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