Missing son fears
Published 26 Jul 2012 11:05 2 Comments
A WORRIED mother is appealing for help from Chronicle readers to find her missing son.
Barbara Wroblewska, who contacted us from her home in Poland this week, has not heard from son Sebastian, 30, since April 22 when he contacted her using a friend's Skype, an online video-phone.
Sebastian, a law graduate who moved to Britain 10 years ago, used to call his mum two or three times a month. Barbara has managed to contact a friend who said Sebastian had left his Hounslow flat and was probably living in Reading or Slough.
Barbara, a Polish language teacher who lives in Chelm, said: "I've been asking for help because I afraid that something wrong had happened to my son. Our family has been really worried about him. I have tried to contact his friend again but without success."
Sebastian worked as a cleaner at Fluid bar in London when he first came to Britain. He told his mum he has since had various jobs in various shops, restaurants and bars but did not specify where.
Barbara has become a regular follower of our website www.readingchronicle.co.uk and said: "When I found news that said 'body found in river' our family became very worried that it could be Sebastian."
Do you know the whereabouts of Sebastian Wroblewska? Contact his mother by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org
This article appeared in Local Berkshire 26 Jul 12
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Jul 26, 11:09
"...and was probably living in Reading or Slough".
Doesn't the Electoral Register apply for long-term visitors from the EU then? Although granted with the current state of the Border Agency and Britain's lax immigration policy this really doesn't come as any surprise...
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Jul 26, 12:08