Wife’s heartbreaking plea to help find her missing husband Tupou Pasina

Four days on since the disappearance of Tongan man Tupou Pasina his heartbroken family in New Zealand have made an appeal to help them find him.

Pasina was last seen on Saturday evening December 24 after leaving his home in a vehicle.

“Friends and family if you happen to see my beloved husband Tupou Pasina please contact me. He has been missing since Saturday in our van and he has not returned home since then”, the wife, Sinisa Pasina wrote on Facebook in Tongan.

“I really need your help”.

The family said they have reported Pasina’s missing to Police.

The New Zealand Police have yet to announce Tupou’s missing publicly.

“Tupou I wish that you could be able to see how your wife is being devastated by your missing”, a cousin of the wife wrote.

“Please come home”.

The news came after Police found the body of a canoeist who went missing since his canoe capsized in Lake Roto Kohatu on Monday.

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