What happened to Joseph Day, a New Zealander who was last seen alive on 30 April 2022, remains a mystery. His disappearance was described by friends and family as “very out of character”, and his death remains unexplained. His fiancee was frustrated that police had initially classified his disappearance as a “low risk”.
New Zealander’s disappearance was described as “very out of character” by friends and family
Police have discovered the body of a missing man from Avon Gorge in the early hours of Tuesday morning. The New Zealander, 31, was last seen in the late evening on Saturday in the Clifton area of Bristol. His disappearance was described by friends and family as “very out of character”. His disappearance was accompanied by a missing persons appeal.
A colleague at the Headquarters Bar on the Auckland viaduct said Rolland had failed to turn up for a shift last month. The staff member became concerned when the fire alarm went off and Rolland had not turned up for work. The staff member then contacted the missing man’s family to inquire about his whereabouts.
His death is being treated as unexplained
Joseph Day, a 31-year-old New Zealander, went missing from the UK on April 30. Three days later his body was found in the Avon Gorge. A coroner’s inquest is ongoing. The cause of death is unknown.
Police in Avon and Somerset are investigating. It is believed that the former TVNZ camera operator had been missing for 48 hours. Police said there was a high public interest in the case and that they are under a lot of pressure. Meanwhile, the Day family is making inquiries.
The body of Joseph Day was found in Bristol on May 3. His death has prompted an outpouring of grief from his former colleagues. Some colleagues described him as talented and honourable, and said that his work brought beauty to stories. Day’s family have organised a memorial service for him on May 26, which is to be held at the town hall in Auckland. As the coroner’s inquest is not yet complete, police will continue to investigate the circumstances surrounding his death.
While the cause of his death is still unclear, the public has been rallying around the family and friends of the late actor. People have shared messages on Twitter expressing support for the family. One of them set up a fundraising page with the aim of bringing Mr Day home. As of today, the fundraiser has raised over $100,000 NZ dollars.
His fiancee was frustrated that police initially deemed his disappearance as ‘low risk’
The fiancee of Joseph Day, a missing TVNZ camera operator from Auckland, has been desperate to find her boyfriend, who has been missing for more than 48 hours. She has been in contact with the Herald newspaper to appeal for information after she ceased to hear from him on Saturday night. She said she was concerned when she returned home to find him not at home.
Day was last seen on Saturday night, and his fiancee, Kelsey Mulcahy, has been searching for him for more than 48 hours. She remembers the text she received from Day. Her husband has not responded to any of her texts or phone calls since.
The fiancee of Joseph Day bristol, Kelsey Mulcahy, has not spoken to her partner since Saturday night and has not responded to her texts and phone calls. She had plans to visit the Bath Spa with him today and has been left terrified and confused. Her last texts with him were sent at 8.45pm, local time, and she has been unable to contact him since then.