Things just get harder and harder – sis­ter’s mov­ing mes­sage to miss­ing Adam

Southport Visiter - - Front Page - BY JAMIE LOPEZ jamie.lopez@reach­plc.com @jamie_lopez1

Omega Hol­i­days was es­tab­lished in 1979 and was fam­ily owned and man­aged un­til be­com­ing part of the JG Travel Group in 2017. The fam­ily friendly ap­proach to cus­tomer ser­vice re­mains a core part of the Omega of­fer­ing.

THE sis­ter of miss­ing South­port man Adam Seaton has shared a heart­break­ing mes­sage to her brother one month af­ter his dis­ap­pear­ance.

Geog­ra­phy stu­dent Adam hasn’t been seen since Au­gust 9, a day be­fore his car was found at the RSPB car park in Marsh­side, near dan­ger­ous marsh­land.

Nu­mer­ous ap­peals have been is­sued by the fam­ily and Mersey­side po­lice for any sight­ings of the 20-year-old, who also worked at Mor­risons in South­port, and the marsh­land has been searched.

Adam’s fam­ily have now cre­ated ded­i­cated “Find Adam Seaton” so­cial me­dia feeds, shar­ing mes­sages from rel­a­tives, friends and col­leagues.

One month af­ter the dis­ap­pear­ance, Adam’s sis­ter, He­len, shared a heart­felt open let­ter telling of the fam­ily’s pain and des­per­a­tion for him to come home.

She wrote: “So you’ve been gone one whole month now, I’m not even sure how we’ve made it this far, things are just get­ting harder and harder.

“Mum al­ways told us that we needed to look af­ter each other as it was just the two of us and we only had each other.

“I guess I never re­ally ap­pre­ci­ated what she was say­ing un­til now.

“I’m so sorry I took you for granted, I just never imag­ined my life with­out you in it. I can’t be­lieve you’re not here with us.

“You’ve al­ready missed your birth­day. I re­ally hope we don’t reach any other spe­cial oc­ca­sions be­fore you’re home, be­cause noth­ing will feel right with­out you here to cel­e­brate.

“I miss you more and more ev­ery day. We didn’t al­ways see eye to eye grow­ing up, but what sib­lings do?

“I re­mem­ber the day I re­alised you’d grown taller than me and sud­denly I wasn’t able to get my own way all the time.

“You started us­ing your height to your ad­van­tage, and found it amus­ing to hide any food I wanted in the top of the fridge/cup­boards where I couldn’t reach, and laughed when I had to climb on the kitchen work­tops to get it.

“The older we’ve got, the bet­ter we get on, and I gen­uinely en­joy your com­pany with your dry sense of hu­mour and sar­cas­tic com­ments.

“And even though some­times you ir­ri­tate the life out of me, I wouldn’t have you any other way.

“I hope you know how loved you are, the amount of people send­ing their love and do­ing any­thing they can to help is crazy!

“Your friends have been amaz­ing, they are truly spe­cial people and you’re so lucky to have so many who care so much about you. I just wish I’d told you more of­ten how much I love you and how much you mean to me. And I prom­ise when you come home I’ll never moan about you eat­ing all my food again. “See you soon, mate.” Any­one who be­lieves they may have seen Adam, who vis­ited or passed the RSPB re­serve on the day, or who knows of his where­abouts is asked to con­tact Mersey­side po­lice di­rectly on 101.

Adam is de­scribed as white, 6ft 2in, slim, with brown hair, pale com­plex­ion and brown eyes.

His fam­ily be­lieve he was likely to be dressed in blue or black skinny jeans and a white or black T-shirt, pos­si­bly with a bur­gundy hoodie, and wear­ing Puma train­ers.

Adam Seaton with dad Andy and sis­ter He­len

Adam Seaton in his younger days

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