'Julian we love you, please come home' - father to missing son

2017-08-23 08:51
Julian Vadim Seeber. (Supplied)

Julian Vadim Seeber. (Supplied)

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Johannesburg - "Julian we love you, please come home. I promise everything will be okay, just come home."

These were the words of a distraught father after his son Julian Vadim Seeber, 20, went missing on Tuesday afternoon.

Gabriel Seeber spent all night searching for his son.

He said Julian returned from France on Friday where he studied finance for two years.

Julian suffers from depression and anxiety.

"We had to bring him back [to South Africa] because he wasn't well. He has been on psychiatric medication," Seeber said.

Seeber said he received a phone call on Wednesday morning, saying someone might have spotted him in Edenvale.

"He doesn't know Johannesburg that well, so he could be anywhere right now."

Julian was last seen wearing a black T-shirt, black hoodie, black denim shorts and a black with white sole Nike takkies.

Anyone with information can contact Seeber on 083 256 1514 or the Pink Ladies on 072 214 7439 or 076 681 5838.

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