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