By Euro Weekly News Media • 11 December 2018 • 12:15
STILL MISSING: Mr. Wright’s car (INSET) has not been reported to the police and could be key to locating the missing expat.
Photo: Aylsa Wright
DONALD WRIGHT, a British expat living on the Costa del Sol, has been missing for one week in Spain.
His wife, Aylsa Wright reports that she has been in constant contact with the Spanish police but is yet to hear from her missing husband.
He has not returned home in seven days, since Tuesday morning last week, after leaving his bar in Fuengirola Port and claiming he was visiting a bank in La Cala de Mijas.
Mr. Wright drives a gold Renault Laguna with the registration plate number 1453 FBD.
Mr. Wright’s car has not been reported to the police and could be key to locating the missing expat.
Mrs. Wright has already contacted the British Consulate about the disappearance of her husband, but they have not received any update on Mr. Wright.
Mrs. Wright reports that she is particularly concerned due to her husband being under significant stress at the time of his disappearance.
She reports her husband left for the bank without his mobile phone.
Mr. Wright was allegedly going to La Cala de Mijas to change paperwork at the bank, bringing with him his wallet and passport.
Mrs. Wright has stated the bank has no record of Mr. Wright entering the branch.
Mrs. Wright has also confirmed that he is not been signed in to the Costa del Sol Hospital.
Mrs. Wright believes her husband could have headed either direction from Fuengirola.
Those with information, please contact Euro Weekly News at [email protected]
URGENT: British expat, Donald Wright, missing on the Costa del Sol
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